Pulse-Probe Measurements in Low-Temperature, Low-Pressure SF6
The experimental determination of the intramolecular distribution of vibrational energy following infrared laser excitation of polyatomic molecules has been a goal of many researchers in recent years. One popular method of investigation has been the pulse-probe technique with SF6 and similar species.
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