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An Introduction to Time-Resolved Pump/Probe Spectroscopy
Volume 39, Number 3 (June 1985) Page 444-451
Lytle, F.E.; Parrish, R.M.; Barnes, W.T.
The construction and operating principles of a two-color pump/probe spectrometer are described. This instrument is capable of obtaining ground-state absorption spectra, both singlet-singlet and triplet-triplet excited-state absorption spectra, photoproduct spectra, and stimulated fluorescence spectra. In addition, time-dependent measurements can be made with an impulse response of 250 ps and a free temporal range of 13 ns.