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HIGH‐SPEED SPECTROSCOPY USING THE INVERSE RAMAN EFFECT
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6.In preliminary attempts to produce inverse Raman spectra the beams were not separated and both beams were incident on the dye cell. However, the presence in the dye cell of the intense field at greatly reduced the intensity of the normal fluorescence making this simple geometry impractical. The mechanism responsible for this effect is not understood.
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