Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences
Volume 102 Issue 3 June 1990 pp 255-268
It has been shown that circular dichroism (CD) and two-photon absorption (TPA) spectroscopies are capable of throwing new light on fn ⇒ fn optical transitions. High-resolution circular dichroism of single crystals can provide information on the chiral environment as well as on the magnetic and electric quadrupolar transition moments of lanthanide ions, and thus can be exploited for the purpose of assignment of bands. TPA, on the other hand, although capable of resolving crystal-field components better than one-photon absorption, exhibits puzzling intensity features, which need to be sorted out before it can be generally used as a diagnostic tool.
Volume 103 Issue 3 March 1991 pp 265-276
The complementarity of one- and two-photon spectroscopy has been utilised for throwing light on the following problems of chemical interest: (1) Weak interaction between identical chromophores separated by insulating bridges gives rise to split states of different symmetries. Two-photon spectroscopy (TPA), in conjunction with one-photon absorption (OPA), has been used to identify the states and hence to estimate the magnitude of interaction in bimolecules and trimolecules. From the shifts between the one- and the two-photon spectra, the splittings have been estimated. Calculations confirm that the dominant interaction is the through-bond one. (2) The second type of problem is the identification of
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