Time-resolved Spectroscopy

In physics and physical chemistry, time-resolved spectroscopy is the study of dynamic processes in materials or chemical compounds by means of spectroscopic techniques. Most often, processes are studied after the illumination of a material occurs, but in principle, the technique can be applied to any process that leads to a change in properties of a material. With the help of pulsed lasers, it is possible to study processes that occur on time scales as short as 10−16 seconds. The rest of the article discusses different types of time-resolved spectroscopy.

Read more about Time-resolved Spectroscopy:  Transient-absorption Spectroscopy, Other Multiple-pulse Techniques, Time-resolved Infrared Spectroscopy, Time-resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Time-resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

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