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Theory of Optical Dephasing in Condensed Phases

Jones, K. E. and Zewail, A. H. (1978) Theory of Optical Dephasing in Condensed Phases. In: Advances in Laser Chemistry. Springer Series in Chemical Physics. No.3. Springer , New York, NY, pp. 196-222. ISBN 978-3-642-67056-5.

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In the last decade, the field of nonlinear laser spectroscopy has yielded a vast amount of new information regarding molecular processes that lead into the destruction of the ensemble coherence. Recently, attention has been given to those processes that take place in large molecules [1,2]. The theory of optical dephasing for molecules undergoing radiationless relaxations, probed by coherent optical spectroscopy, will be presented here in detail. We will not discuss the experimentation used in our laboratory and in others, however. The reader is referred to reference [3] and to the paper of JONES-ZEWAIL-DIESTLER in this book [4].

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