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    Femtosecond Laser Spectroscopy
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    Hardcover: 340 pages
    Publisher: Springer; 1 edition
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    Laser Spectroscopy
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    Hardcover: 987 pages
    Publisher: Springer; 3rd ed. edition
    (November 19, 2002)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 3540652256
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    Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy
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    "Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy" by Halina Abramczyk is a thorough introduction to lasers and their applications in spectroscopy and studies of chemical, physical and medical processes. This book fills a void in the prior literature by providing a clear and thorough description of advanced ultrafast laser techniques, especially the theory and application of Raman and photon echo methods...it achieves a level suitable for readers with a reasonable familiarity with the basic concepts of molecular spectroscopy and quantum theory. It is especially useful to those interested in the rapidly growing area of ultrafast laser pulse generation and applications."

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    Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy is a well-written, easy-to-read guide to understanding the fundamentals of lasers, experimental methods of modern laser spectroscopy and applications. It provides a solid grounding in the fundamentals of many aspects of laser physics, nonlinear optics, and molecular spectroscopy. In addition, by comprehensively combining theory and experimental techniques it explicates a variety of issues that are essential to understanding broad areas of physical, chemical and biological science. Topics include key laser types - gas, solid state, and semiconductor - as well as the rapidly evolving field of ultrashort laser phenomena for femtochemistry applications. The examples used are well researched and clearly presented.



    Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy is strongly recommended to newcomers as well as researchers in physics, engineering, chemistry and biology.

    * A comprehensive course that combines theory and practice
    * Includes a systematic and comprehensive description for key laser types
    * Written for students and professionals looking to gain a thorough understanding of modern laser spectroscopy


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    Hardcover: 384 pages
    Publisher: Elsevier Science; 1 edition
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    ISBN-10: 044451662X
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    Femtosecond Laser Spectroscopy
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    With recent major breakthroughs in ultrafast laser technology and femtosecond nonlinear spectroscopic techiques, Femtosecond Laser Spectroscopy is currently a burgeoning field in many branches of science, including physics, chemistry, biology, and materials science. There is an urgent need for researchers and postgraduate students to have a volume which includes the major research efforts currently in practice around the world and all under one cover.

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    Hardcover: 340 pages
    Publisher: Springer; 1 edition
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    Laser Spectroscopy: Proceedings Of The XVII International Conference
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    Hardcover: 433 pages
    Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
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    Laser Chemistry
    Spectroscopy, Dynamics and Applications
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    Paperback: 516 pages
    Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition
    (June 11, 2007)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0471485713
    ISBN-13: 978-0471485711
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    Table of contents
    Preface.

    About the authors.
    Chapter 1 Introduction.
    1.1 Basic concepts in laser chemistry.
    1.2 Organization of the book.
    Part 1 Principles of lasers and laser systems.
    Chapter 2 Atoms and molecules, and their interaction with light waves.
    2.1 Quantum states, energy levels and wave functions.
    2.2 Dipole transitions and transition probabilities.
    2.3 Einstein coefficients and excited-state lifetimes.
    2.4 Spectroscopic line shapes.
    2.5 The polarization of light waves.
    2.6 Basic concepts of coherence.
    2.7 Coherent superposition of quantum states and the concept of wave packets.
    Chapter 3 The basics of lasers.
    3.1 Fundamentals of laser action.
    3.2 Laser resonators.
    3.3 Frequency and spatial properties of laser radiation.
    3.4 Gain in continuous-wave and pulsed lasers.
    3.5 Q-switching and the generation of nanosecond pulses.
    3.6 Mode locking and the generation of picosecond and femtosecond pulses.
    Chapter 4 Laser systems.
    4.1 Fixed-wavelength gas lasers: helium–neon, rare-gas ion and excimer lasers.
    4.2 Fixed-wavelength solid-state lasers: the Nd:YAG laser.
    4.3 Tuneable dye laser systems.
    4.4 Tuneable Ti:sapphire laser systems.
    4.5 Semiconductor diode lasers.
    4.6 Quantum cascade lasers.
    4.7 Non-linear crystals and frequency-mixing processes.
    4.8 Three-wave mixing processes: doubling, sum and difference frequency generation.
    4.9 Optical parametric oscillation.
    Part 2 Spectroscopic techniques in laser chemistry.
    Chapter 5 General concepts of laser spectroscopy.
    5.1 Spectroscopy based on photon detection.
    5.2 Spectroscopy based on charged particle detection.
    5.3 Spectroscopy based on measuring changes of macroscopic physical properties of the medium.
    Chapter 6 Absorption spectroscopy.
    6.1 Principles of absorption spectroscopy.
    6.2 Observable transitions in atoms and molecules.
    6.3 Practical implementation of absorption spectroscopy.
    6.4 Multipass absorption techniques.
    Chapter 7 Laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy.
    7.1 Principles of laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy.
    7.2 Important parameters in laser-induced fluorescence.
    7.3 Practical implementation of laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy.
    Chapter 8 Light scattering methods: Raman spectroscopy and other processes.
    8.1 Light scattering.
    8.2 Principles of Raman spectroscopy.
    8.3 Practical implementation of Raman spectroscopy.
    Chapter 9 Ionization spectroscopy.
    9.1 Principles of ionization spectroscopy.
    9.2 Photoion detection.
    9.3 Photoelectron detection.
    9.4 Photoion imaging.
    Part 3 Optics and measurement concepts.
    Chapter 10 Reflection, refraction and diffraction.
    10.1 Selected properties of optical materials and light waves.
    10.2 Reflection and refraction at a plane surface.
    10.3 Light transmission through prisms.
    10.4 Light transmission through lenses and imaging.
    10.5 Imaging using curved mirrors.
    10.6 Superposition, interference and diffraction of light waves.
    10.7 Diffraction by single and multiple apertures.
    10.8 Diffraction gratings.
    Chapter 11 Filters and thin-film coatings.
    11.1 Attenuation of light beams.
    11.1 Beam splitters.
    11.3 Wavelength-selective filters.
    11.4 Polarization filters.
    11.5 Reflection and filtering at optical component interfaces.
    11.6 Thin-film coatings.
    Chapter 12 Optical fibres.
    12.1 Principles of optical fibre transmission.
    12.2 Attenuation in fibre transmission.
    12.3 Mode propagation in fibres.
    Chapter 13 Analysis instrumentation and detectors.
    13.1 Spectrometers.
    13.2 Interferometers.
    13.3 Photon detectors exploiting the photoelectric effect.
    13.4 Photodetectors based on band-gap materials.
    13.5 Measuring laser power and pulse energy.
    13.6 Analysis of charged particles for charge, mass and energy.
    13.7 Charged-particle detection.
    Chapter 14 Signal processing and data acquisition.
    14.1 Signals, noise and noise reduction.
    14.2 DC, AC and balanced detection methods.
    14.3 Lock-in detection techniques.
    14.4 Gated integration/boxcar averaging techniques.
    14.5 Event counting.
    14.6 Digital conversion and data acquisition.
    Part 4 Laser studies of photodissociation, photoionization and unimolecular processes.
    Chapter 15 Photodissociation of diatomic molecules.
    15.1 Photofragment kinetic energy.
    15.2 Angular distributions and anisotropic scattering.
    15.3 Predissociation and curve crossing.
    15.4 Femtosecond studies: chemistry in the fast lane.
    15.5 Dissociation and oscillatory continuum emission.
    Chapter 16 Photodissociation of triatomic molecules.
    16.1 Photodissociation of water.
    16.2 Photodissociation of ozone.
    16.3 Laser-induced fluorescence and cavity ring-down studies.
    16.4 Femtosecond studies: transition-state spectroscopy.
    Chapter 17 Photodissociation of larger polyatomic molecules: energy landscapes.
    17.1 Rydberg tagging.
    17.2 Photodissociation of ammonia.
    17.3 Selective bond breaking.
    17.4 Molecular elimination and three-body dissociation.
    Chapter 18 Multiple and multiphoton excitation, and photoionization.
    18.1 Infrared multiple-photon activation and unimolecular dissociation.
    18.2 Continuum intermediate states and bond stretching.
    18.3 High-resolution zero kinetic energy photoelectron spectroscopy.
    18.4 Autoionization.
    18.5 Photoion-pair formation.
    Chapter 19. Coherent control and the future of ultra-short probing.
    19.1 Coherent control of chemical processes.
    19.2 The future of attosecond probing.
    Part 5 Laser studies of bimolecular reactions.
    Chapter 20 Basic concepts of kinetics and reaction dynamics.
    20.1 Résumé of kinetics.
    20.2 Introduction to reaction dynamics: total and differential reaction cross-section.
    20.3 Connection between dynamics and kinetics.
    20.4 Basic concepts of potential energy surfaces.
    20.5 Calculating potential energy surfaces.
    Chapter 21 The molecular beam method: basic concepts and examples of bimolecular reaction studies.
    21.1 Basic concepts.
    21.2 Interpretation of spatial and energy distributions: dynamics of a two-body collision.
    21.3 Interpretation of spatial and energy distributions: products angular and velocity distributions as a route to the reaction mechanism.
    Chapter 22 Chemical reactions with laser-prepared reagents.
    22.1 Energy selectivity: mode-selective chemistry.
    22.2 Energy selectivity: electronic excitation.
    22.3 Stereodynamical effects with laser-prepared reagents.
    22.4 Vibrationally excited reagents and their effect on stereo-dynamics.
    Chapter 23 Laser probing of chemical reaction products.
    23.1 Where does the energy of a chemical reaction go?
    23.2 Probing the product state distribution of a chemical reaction.
    23.3 Crossed-beam techniques and laser spectroscopic detection: towards the state-to-state differential reaction cross-section measurements.
    Part 6 Laser studies of cluster and surface reactions.
    Chapter 24 Laser studies of complexes: van der Waals and cluster reactions.
    24.1. Experimental set-ups and methodologies.
    24.2. Metal-containing complexes.
    24.3. Non-metal van der Waals complexes.
    Chapter 25 Solvation dynamics: elementary reactions in solvent cages.
    25.1. Dissociation of clusters containing I2.
    25.2. Dissociation of clusters containing I2.
    25.3. Proton-transfer reactions.
    Chapter 26 Laser studies of surface reactions: an introduction.
    26.1. Résumé of metal surface properties and electronic structure.
    26.2. Particle–surface interaction.
    26.3. Surface reaction mechanisms.
    26.4. Experimental methods to investigate laser-induced surface reactions.
    Chapter 27 Laser studies of surface reactions: photochemistry in the adsorbed state.
    27.1. Adsorbate- versus substrate-mediated processes.
    27.2. Examples of photoinduced reactions in the adsorbed state.
    27.3. Femto-chemistry at surfaces: the ultrafast reaction CO/O–[Ru(0001)].
    Part 7 Selected applications.
    Chapter 28 Environmental and other analytical applications.
    28.1 Atmospheric gas monitoring using tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy.
    28.2 Closed-path tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy applications.
    28.3 Open-path tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy applications.
    28.4 The lidar technique for remote gas analysis.
    28.5 Lidar in the study of atmospheric chemistry: tropospheric measurements.
    28.6 Lidar in the study of atmospheric chemistry: stratospheric measurements.
    28.7 Laser desorption and ionization: laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, matrix-assisted laser desorption and ionization, and aerosol time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
    Chapter 29 Industrial monitoring and process control.
    29.1 Analysis of internal combustion engines.
    29.2 Laser-spectroscopic analysis of burners and incinerators.
    29.3 Laser-chemical processes at surfaces: nanoscale patterning.
    Chapter 30 Laser applications in medicine and biology.
    30.1 Photodynamic therapy.
    30.2 Intra-cell mapping of drug delivery using Raman imaging.
    30.3 Breath diagnostics using laser spectroscopy.
    30.4 From photons to plant defence mechanisms.
    30.5 Application to volatile compounds: on-line detection of plant stress.
    30.6 Laser applications to the study of non-volatile compounds in fruits.
    References.
    References grouped by chapter.
    Further reading grouped by part.
    Web pages.
    Appendix.
    Common abbreviations and acronyms.
    Physical constants.
    Useful conversions and other relationships.

    Energy conversion factors.

    Index.



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    Laser Chemistry: Spectroscopy, Dynamics and Applications provides a basic introduction to the subject, written for students and other novices. It assumes little in the way of prior knowledge, and carefully guides the reader through the important theory and concepts whilst introducing key techniques and applications.

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    Laser Chemistry: Spectroscopy, Dynamics and Applications is a carefully structured introduction to the basic theory and concepts of this subject. Assuming little in the way of prior knowledge, the book details underlying concepts and provides an overview of experimental techniques, supported by a broad range of case studies.

    Concentrating on molecular mechanisms and the fundamental nature of the phenomena, the book emphasises the basic science rather than presenting over-lengthy mathematical derivations and formalisms.
    After introducing concepts and methodologies, an extensive range of examples in presented and discussed, covering spectroscopy, photochemistry, gas-phase, cluster, solution and surface reaction dynamics, analytical chemistry, medical chemistry and environmental chemistry. Additionally, a dedicated section on application is provided at the end of the book.
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    • assumes little prior knowledge and avoids excessive mathematical rigour
    • detailed treatments and key issues are presented in separate boxes
    • concentrates on molecular mechanism and the fundamental nature of laser chemistry
    • provides an overview of experimental techniques and a broad range of case studies
    Laser Chemistry: Spectroscopy, Dynamics and Applications is a valuable reference for students of chemical physics, physical chemistry, photochemistry, laser spectroscopy and analytical chemistry.

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    Laser Electronics
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    The publisher, Prentice-Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics
    This is a practical approach to introductory laser electronics that emphasizes real-world applications and problem-solving skills over theory, providing a clear understanding of both optical and microwave frequencies.

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    Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and UV Lasers
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    This volume presents a complete and thorough examination of advances in the instrumentation, evaluation, and implementation of UV technology for reliable and efficient data acquisition and analysis. It provides real-world applications in expanding fields such as chemical physics, plasma science, photolithography, laser spectroscopy, astronomy and atmospheric science.

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    Presents a complete and thorough examination of the latest advances in the instrumentation, evaluation, and implementation of UV technology for reliable and efficient data acquisition and analysis. Discusses the LIF technique for studying organic molecules at low vibrational temperatures.

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    This book discusses many advances in optical physic, and is aimed at advanced undergraduates taking courses in atomic physics, or graduate students in the fields of lasers, astrophysics, and physical chemistry. The book is intended mainly for experimentalists, and the interaction of
    electromagnetic radiation with free atoms is introduced using classical or semi-classical calculations wherever possible. Topics discussed include the spontaneous emission of radiation, stimulated transitions and the properties of gas and turnable dye lasers, and the physics and applications of
    resonance fluorescence, optical double resonance, optical pumping, and atomic beam magnetic resonance experiments.


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