Polarization effects on the hyper-Raman spectra of carbon tetrachloride: A joint experimental-theoretical study

O. Quinet, B. Champagne, V. Rodriguez

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The hyper-Raman spectra of pure carbon tetrachloride in liquid phase for different polarization effects of incident and scattered lights, was investigated. By the use of 1064 nm fundamental line, polarized hyper-Raman spectra were recorded, in conditions where the quadratic dependence of integrated hyper-Rayleigh scattering was verified. It was observed that incident mean power for hyper-Raman acquisitions was around 2.3 W, corresponding to 750 μJ pulses. The anharmonicity corrections to the hyper-Raman intensities and the Fermi resonance splitting were also considered to simulate the spectrum.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)4705-4710
Nombre de pages6
journalThe journal of chemical physics
Volume121
Numéro de publication10
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 8 sept. 2004

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Carbon Tetrachloride
carbon tetrachloride
Raman scattering
Polarization
Raman spectra
Rayleigh scattering
polarization
luminaires
acquisition
liquid phases
Liquids
pulses

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