Time-Resolved Spectroscopy An Experimental Perspective Textbook Series in Physical Sciences Series
Auteurs : Weinacht Thomas, Pearson Brett J.
This concise and carefully developed text offers a reader friendly guide to the basics of time-resolved spectroscopy with an emphasis on experimental implementation. The authors carefully explain and relate for the reader how measurements are connected to the core physical principles. They use the time-dependent wave packet as a building block for understanding quantum dynamics, progressively advancing to more complex topics. The topics are discussed in paired sections, one discussing the theory and the next presenting the related experimental methods.
A wide range of readers including students and newcomers to the field will gain a clear and practical understanding of how to measure aspects of molecular dynamics such as wave packet motion, intramolecular vibrational relaxation, and electron-electron coupling, and how to describe such measurements mathematically.
I Introduction and Background
2 Molecular Structure
3 Light-Matter Interaction
4 Introduction to Experimental Techniques
II Quantum Dynamics in One Dimension
5 Field-Free Dynamics
6 Field-Driven Dynamics
III Measurements of One Dimensional Dynamics
7 Incoherent Measurements in 1D
8 Coherent Optical Measurements in 1D
9 Coherent Di_ractive Measurements in 1D
IV Quantum Dynamics in Multiple Dimensions
10 Explicit Approaches to N-D Dynamics
11 Implicit Approaches to N-D Dynamics
V Measurements of Multidimensional Dynamics
12 Incoherent Measurements in ND
13 Coherent Optical Measurements in ND
14 Coherent Di_ractive Measurements in ND
15 One System, Multiple Approaches
A Quantum Mechanics Essentials
B Experimental Considerations
C Additional Problems
Date de parution : 01-2019
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