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  • Super-resolution Optical Imaging
  • Single-molecule Biophysics
  • Ultrastructural Dynamics
  • Single-cell Systems Biology

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Facile collection of two-dimensional electronic spectra using femtosecond pulse-shaping technology

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Title
Facile collection of two-dimensional electronic spectra using femtosecond pulse-shaping technology
Author
Grumstrup, Erik M.Shim, Sang-HeeMontgomery, Matthew A.Damrauer, Niels H.Zanni, Martin T.
Keywords
Femtosecond pulse-shaping technology; Non-collinear beam geometries; Optical tools
Issue Date
2007-12
Publisher
OPTICAL SOC AMER
Citation
OPTICS EXPRESS, v.15, no.25, pp.16681 - 16689
Abstract
This letter reports a straightforward means of collecting two-dimensional electronic (2D-E) spectra using optical tools common to many research groups involved in ultrafast spectroscopy and quantum control. In our method a femtosecond pulse shaper is used to generate a pair of phase stable collinear laser pulses which are then incident on a gas or liquid sample. The pulse pair is followed by an ultrashort probe pulse that is spectrally resolved. The delay between the collinear pulses is incremented using phase and amplitude shaping and a 2D-E spectrum is generated following Fourier transformation. The partially collinear beam geometry results in perfectly phased absorptive spectra without phase twist. Our approach is much simpler to implement than standard non-collinear beam geometries, which are challenging to phase stabilize and require complicated calibrations. Using pulse shaping, many new experiments are now also possible in both 2D-E spectroscopy and coherent control.
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10.1364/OE.15.016681
ISSN
1094-4087
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