Time-Resolved (TR) Spectroscopy

The spectroscopy technique which allows monitoring the evolution of light spectrum in time is known as Time-resolved (TR) Spectroscopy. In this way, we can observe the time-based behavior of different optical phenomena such as fluorescence or non-linear effects. This technique will be applied to any procedure which leads to change in properties of a material and with the help of pulsated lasers; we can probably study the processes which occur on time scale as small as 10-16 seconds. 

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  • Transient-absorption spectroscopy
  • Photon echoes.Four-wave mixing
  • Time-resolved infrared spectroscopy
  • Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Time-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and 2PPE

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