There has been considerable interest in application of photochemical holeburning as a tool for high-resolution spectroscopy of complex organic molecules1 and for frequency selective optical data storage.1,2 A The holographic technique used in a large field of applications is of increasing importance in photochemical and photophysical applications.3 Here we report on the combination of the holographic method and holeburning technique. Experimental settings are shown schematically in Fig. 1.

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