Fourth-order coherent Raman spectroscopy in a time domain: applications to buried interfaces.

Abstract

A Raman-based, nonlinear optical spectroscopy is a promising method for observing vibrational modes localized at buried interfaces. The principles of Raman excitation and interface-selective detection of coherent vibrations are described. Applications to air-liquid, liquid-liquid, air-solid, liquid-solid, and solid-solid interfaces are reviewed. 

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