KOALA: a program for the processing and decomposition of transient spectra.

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Extracting meaningful kinetic traces from time-resolved absorption spectra is a non-trivial task, particularly for solution phase spectra where solvent interactions can substantially broaden and shift the transition frequencies. Typically, each spectrum is composed of signal from a number of molecular species (e.g., excited states, intermediate complexes… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.4884516

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@article{Grubb2014KOALAAP, title={KOALA: a program for the processing and decomposition of transient spectra.}, author={Michael Patrick Grubb and Andrew J Orr-Ewing and Michael N R Ashfold}, journal={The Review of scientific instruments}, year={2014}, volume={85 6}, pages={064104} }