David Dyke

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Laser-based spectroscopic techniques have become firmly established in modern physical chemistry research because they are powerful tools for the study of atomic and molecular structure and dynamics. For example, a 1992 survey of experimental articles in issues of the Journal of Physical Chemistry and the Journal of Chemical Physics found that some 40% used(More)
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