Issue Date: July 14, 2014
A Fast, Coherent Look At Single-Molecule Vibrations
Ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy in which scientists excite a molecule with optical pulses and then use a probe pulse to see what happens allows researchers to observe the motions of chemical bonds. But such measurements are usually made of large ensembles of molecules and are limited to timescales over which the molecular motions of the ensemble remain coherent. Vartkess A. Apkarian, Eric O. Potma, and coworkers . . .
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