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Ten diverse laser spectroscopic techniques are described by one or more of their leading practitioners. Every chapter discusses how the particular spectroscopy performed experimentally and/or interpretively, the types of systems which apply to it and the information that can be learned from its use. Features several speculations of possible further developments and extensions of the methods which may be expected in the near future.
Fourier-Transform Nonlinear Spectroscopies (P. Felker).
Near-Infrared Laser-Optothermal Techniques (R. Miller).
Direct Absorption in Supersonic Free-Jets (D. Perry & G. Bethardy).
High Resolution Optical Spectroscopy in the Ultraviolet (W. Majewski, et al.).
Generation of Coherent Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation: Applications to High-Resolution Photoionization and Photoelectron Spectroscopy (J. Hepburn).
Time-Resolved Resonance Raman in the Visible and Ultraviolet: Techniques and Applications (P. Thompson & R. Mathies).
Local Order and Ultrafast Dynamics in Liquids: Transient Grating Optical Kerr Effect Experiments (A. Sengupta & M. Fayer).
Electric Field Effects in Molecular Systems Studied via Persistent Hole Burning (B. Kohler, et al.).
Excited Electronic State Properties from Ground-State Resonance Raman Intensities (A. Myers).
Ultrafast Vibrational Spectroscopy: Methods, Theory and Applications (G. Walker & R. Hochstrasser).