What is the point of ultrafast laser spectroscopy?


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Feb20-12, 11:27 PM
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Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, as I know, is used for the determination of femtosecond events in condensed phases.

My question is, what applications do these discoveries have, or are they just for "research"?
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Feb21-12, 01:48 AM
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It is used to determine the reaction mechanism. You probably already know this but, research leads to cool stuff!


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