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Prism Compressor for Ultrashort Laser Pulses

@inproceedings{Microspectrometer2009PrismCF,
  title={Prism Compressor for Ultrashort Laser Pulses},
  author={Raman Microspectrometer},
  year={2009}
}
2 shared by researchers. One concern with Raman scattering that must be controlled is the potential background fluorescence from the samples while FTIR has interferences from water vapor and CO 2 that must be removed via purge or background subtraction. In this application note, we present the theory of Raman scattering, describe a simple and easy-to-implement experimental Raman setup, and show the results on several liquids and some organic compounds to exemplify the sensitivity and resolution… 
Reconstruction of molecular orbitals from photoemission data with iterative phase retrieval algorithms
The present work addresses the reconstruction of molecular orbitals from angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (ARPES) data by means of orbital tomography. Provided ARPES data are recorded from

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