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Author(s):
Asbury, John B.; Steinel, Tobias; Fayer, M. D. 
Title:
Using ultrafast infrared multidimensional correlation spectroscopy to aid in vibrational spectral peak assignments 
Abstract:
Ultrafast IR heterodyne detected vibrational stimulated echoes with full phase information are used to obtain the vibrational correlation spectrum from a mixt. of metal-carbonyl compds. The linear absorption spectrum displays 4 peaks in the carbonyl stretching region. In the absence of knowledge of the mols. that make up the mixt., the absorption spectrum could arise from 4 mols. that each produces a single peak to 1 mol. with 4 peaks. But the correlation spectrum displays 4 peaks on the diagona...    »
 
Keywords:
Transition metal complexes Role: PRP (Properties) (carbonyl complexes using ultrafast IR multidimensional correlation spectroscopy to aid in vibrational spectral peak assignments of) Transition metal complexes Role: PRP (Properties) (carbonyl using ultrafast IR multidimensional correlation spectroscopy to aid in vibrational spectral peak assignments of) Carbonyl complexes Role: PRP (Properties) (transition metal using ultrafast IR multidimensional correlation spectroscopy to aid in vibrational s...    »
 
Congress title:
CAN 140:83933 73-3 Optical, Electron, and Mass Spectroscopy and Other Related Properties Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA. Journal 0009-2614 12078-25-0 (Dicarbonyl(η5-cyclopentadienyl)cobalt); 14023-80-4 (Acetylacetonatodicarbonyliridium) Role: PRP (Properties) (using ultrafast IR multidimensional correlation spectroscopy to aid in vibrational spectral peak assignments of) 
Journal title:
Chem. Phys. Lett. 
Year:
2003 
Journal volume:
381 
Journal issue:
1,2 
Pages contribution:
139-146