Femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS) is a relatively recent yet moderately widespread time-resolved spectroscopy technique for observing changes in the vibrational structure of optically excited molecular systems.
At its core, FSRS is a multi-pulse technique that can be summarized as follows. First, an ultrashort actinic pump pulse acts on a molecular system in its ground state and initiates the photoreaction. Then, a pair of temporally delayed pulses probes the successive photoevolution. Here, a picosecond Raman pump and broadband femtosecond Raman probe pulse are used. The temporal overlap of these two pulses brings coherence in the excited state, resulting in the amplification of the Stokes and anti-Stokes frequencies within the probe field, i.e., stimulated Raman emission. Since a high degree of coherence is achieved only during the short temporal overlap of the Raman pump and probe pulses, FSRS spectroscopy offers a high resolution in both spectral and temporal domains.
FSRS is readily available in the HARPIA spectroscopy system, providing vibrational structural information with < 200 fs temporal and < 10 cm-1 spectral resolution. Raman pump can be generated using SHBC, if a fixed-wavelength output at 515 nm is sufficient, or SHBC together with ORPHEUS-PS, if a wide tuning range is desired. The system is pumped by a PHAROS femtosecond laser.
- 2100 – 4800 nm 可调波长
- 800 fs – 3 ps 脉宽
- < 20 cm-1 光谱带宽
- 高达 100 kHz 的重复频率
- 190 nm – 16000 nm 可调波长
- 单脉冲 – 2 MHz 重复频率
- 最高泵浦功率 80 W
- 最大泵浦单脉冲能量 2 mJ
- 100 fs – 20 ps 连续可调脉宽
- 最大单脉冲能量 4 mJ
- PoD 和 BiBurst 功能
- 高达 5 次谐波或可调谐扩展
- CEP 稳定或重复频率锁定
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