Abstract

The union of persistent IR hole burning and Fourier-transform IR techniques is used to identify a new type of photophysical vibrational hole-burning center. The persistent signature for matrix-isolated CN complexes in alkali-halide crystals is similar to that found for photochemical hole burning in solids.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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