Abstract

The technique of multiplexed optically heterodyned Raman-induced Kerr-effect spectroscopy is extended to the blue at 378 nm. Despite both weaker probe and pump lasers than in our previous research in the visible [Chem. Phys. Lett. 168, 579 (1990)], it is possible to obtain spectra with a good signal-to-noise ratio from simple solvents, demonstrating the feasibility of the technique in the blue and ultraviolet.

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