Abstract

Doppler Raman spectroscopy is a novel detection scheme for impulsively stimulated Raman scattering that unlocks high-sensitivity detection of low frequency Raman vibrational modes from 10cm−1 to 1500cm−1 through signal amplification in the external detection system.

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