Zinth, Wolfgang and Nuss, M. C. and Kaiser, Wolfgang
A new Raman technique of superior spectral resolution.
In: Chemical Physics Letters, No. 88: pp. 257-261
Raman-active vibrational modes are coherently excited by the transient stimulated Raman process. A subsequent delayed probe of relatively long duration interacts with the freely relaxing vibrations. Raman spectra are generated with higher resolution and more accurate peak positions than in conventional Raman spectroscopy. In liquid cyclohexane four new Raman lines were readily detected in the frequency range 2870–2920 cm−1.