Transient coherent Raman scattering in the time and frequency domain.
In: optics communications, No. 34: pp. 479-482
A new type of Raman spectroscopy is presented: After transient excitation of molecular modes coherently scattered Raman spectra are investigated in a depayed probing experiment. The spectral position of the Raman mode is observed after long delay times. The dephasing time is obtained from the time dependence of the scattered amplitudes. Frequency disturbing non-resonant susceptibilities are eliminated. We report on first experimental results of transient coherent Raman spectroscopy of liquid CH3CCl3.