Abstract

We employ the self-dispersive nature of infrared–visible sum-frequency generation at interfaces to record sum-frequency spectra of molecular monolayers with a spectral resolution of a few inverse centimeters, using IR light with a spectral content of approximately 50 cm−1.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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