Ultrafast structural molecular dynamics investigated with 2D infrared spectroscopy methods
Ultrafast, multi-dimensional infrared (IR) spectroscopy has been advanced in recent years to a versatile analytical tool with a broad range of applications to elucidate molecular structure on ultrafast timescales, and it can be used for samples in a many different environments.
KeywordsUltrafast 2D IR spectroscopy Molecular structure Spectral diffusion Energy transfer Chemical exchange Vibrational coupling Surface spectroscopy Transient 2D IR spectroscopy 2D IR microscopy 2D IR electrochemistry 2D IR Nanoscopy
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