Abstract

Using femtosecond pump-probe thermal-lens (TL) spectroscopy, experiments in binary-mixtures are presented where trends in TL are modulated by physical and molecular properties. Deviations of experimental results from phenomenological models indicate possible underestimation of molecular interactions.

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