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Volume 228, 2021

Spiers Memorial Lecture: Introduction to ultrafast spectroscopy and imaging of photochemical reactions

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Abstract

A brief overview is presented on ultrafast spectroscopy and imaging of photochemical reactions by highlighting several experimental studies reported in the last five years. A particular focus is placed on new experiments performed using high-order harmonic generation, X-ray free electron lasers, and relativistic electron beams. Exploration of fundamental chemical reaction dynamics using these advanced experimental methodologies is in an early stage, and exciting new research opportunities await in this rapidly expanding and advancing research field. At the same time, there is no experimental methodology that provides all aspects of the electronic and structural dynamics in a single experiment, and investigations using different methodologies with various perspectives need to be considered in a comprehensive manner.

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Submitted
09 Feb 2021
Accepted
16 Mar 2021
First published
20 Apr 2021

Faraday Discuss., 2021,228, 11-38
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Spiers Memorial Lecture: Introduction to ultrafast spectroscopy and imaging of photochemical reactions

T. Suzuki, Faraday Discuss., 2021, 228, 11 DOI: 10.1039/D1FD00015B

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