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Heterodyne-detected electronic sum frequency generation: “Up” versus “down” alignment of interfacial molecules
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10.1063/1.2981179
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(a) Schematic of the HD-ESFG experimental setup. (b) Raw spectra of PNA at the air/fused silica interface (red line) and the left-handed -cut quartz crystal (blue line). (c) Time-domain interferograms obtained by the inverse Fourier transformation of the spectra of PNA (red line) and the quartz (blue line). The interferograms look painted red or blue because of very fine fringes. Because the real and imaginary parts of the interferograms have the same envelope, only the real parts are shown here. The filter function (green line) is plotted to the right vertical axis. (d) spectrum of PNA (red lines) obtained by the Fourier transformation of the time-domain interferogram after the filtration and spectrum of the quartz (blue lines) obtained in the same way. The solid and dotted lines represent the real and imaginary parts, respectively.

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[(a) and (b)] Complex spectra of PNA (a) and DEPNA (b) at the air/fused silica interface. The black and red lines represent the real and imaginary parts, respectively. (c) Schematic of the up and down alignments of DEPNA and PNA at the air/fused silica interface.

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Scitation: Heterodyne-detected electronic sum frequency generation: “Up” versus “down” alignment of interfacial molecules
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/129/10/10.1063/1.2981179
10.1063/1.2981179
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