Speaker: Christopher Winta

Second-Harmonic Phonon Spectroscopy Using an Infrared Free-Electron Laser

  • PC Online Talk
  • Date: Nov 19, 2020
  • Time: 11:00 AM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Christopher Winta
  • FHI Department PC
Nonlinear optical spectroscopy constitutes a powerful tool for the investigation of crystalline solids and their structure. Apart from improved sensitivity compared to linear techniques, it offers additional experimental degrees of freedom which can be used to selectively study different symmetry components of the detected signal. The mid-infrared spectral region is particularly interesting as it contains optical phonon resonances which themselves carry symmetry information. [more]
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