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Author(s):
Asbury, John B.; Steinel, Tobias; Stromberg, C.; Gaffney, K. J.; Piletic, I. R.; Goun, Alexi; Fayer, M. D. 
Title:
Ultrafast heterodyne detected infrared multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo studies of hydrogen bond dynamics 
Abstract:
Multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo correlation spectra with full phase information are presented for the broad hydroxyl stretch band of methanol-OD oligomers in CCl4 using ultrashort (<50 fs) IR pulses. Hydrogen bond breaking permits data to be acquired for times much greater than the vibrational lifetime. The data indicates that vibrational relaxation leads to preferential hydrogen bond breaking for oligomers on the red side of the spectrum. An off diagonal peak in the correlation spectrum that appears at long time (>1 ps) shows that there is frequency correlation between the initially excited hydroxyl stretch and the frequency shifted hydroxyl stretch formed by hydrogen bond breaking. [on SciFinder(R)] 
Keywords:
Stretching vibration (OD ultrafast heterodyne detected IR multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo studies on hydrogen bond dynamics in methanol isotopomers) IR spectra (correlated, multidimensional ultrafast heterodyne detected IR multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo studies on hydrogen bond dynamics in methanol isotopomers) Fermi resonance Hydrogen bond Molecular vibration (ultrafast heterodyne detected IR multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo studies on hydrogen bond dynami...    »
 
Congress title:
CAN 139:164457 22-9 Physical Organic Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA. Journal 0009-2614 811-98-3 (Methanol-d4); 1455-13-6 (Methanol-d) Role: PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), PRP (Properties), PYP (Physical process), PROC (Process) (ultrafast heterodyne detected IR multidimensional vibrational stimulated echo studies on hydrogen bond dynamics in methanol isotopomers) 
Journal title:
Chem. Phys. Lett. 
Year:
2003 
Journal volume:
374 
Journal issue:
3,4 
Pages contribution:
362-371