Hyperspectral 2D IR Imaging: Principles And Applications To Biological And Materials SystemsPlenary talk (PLEN8)
Thu, 12 Nov 2020 11:00pm to 11:45pm
This talk will discuss ultrafast two-dimensional infrared (2D IR) spectroscopy and recent work adapting it for imaging. 2D IR spectroscopy correlates vibrational modes via a femtosecond pulse sequences that measured the vibrational coherences of the molecules at hand. It provides information about molecular structures and dynamics through cross peaks and 2D lineshapes, respectively. There has been a recent push to turn this spectroscopy into a hyperspectral microscopy. This talk will explain the principles behind 2D IR spectroscopy, the technology to generate the pulse sequences, and the instruments so far built for wide-field and scanning 2D IR microscopies. Applications to the
Authors: Zanni, Martin T.
University of Wisconsin-Madison