Cavity Ring-Down Polarimetry (CRDP): A New Scheme for Probing Circular Birefringence and Circular Dichroism in the Gas Phase

@inproceedings{Mller2000CavityRP,
  title={Cavity Ring-Down Polarimetry (CRDP): A New Scheme for Probing Circular Birefringence and Circular Dichroism in the Gas Phase},
  author={Thomas M{\"u}ller and and Kenneth B. Wiberg and Patrick H Vaccaro},
  year={2000}
}
Cavity ring-down polarimetry (CRDP), a new, ultrasensitive method for probing circular birefringence and circular dichroism, has been developed by extending the well-established technique of pulsed cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS). The concurrent incorporation of polarization elements into the stable resonator, injection optics, and detection train of a conventional CRDS apparatus is found to permit the quantitative measurement of optical rotation and differential absorption induced by the… CONTINUE READING

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