Abstract

We introduce fully noncollinear coherent two-dimensional (2D) spectroscopy in the UV domain with an all-reflective and miniaturized setup design. Phase stability is achieved via pairwise beam manipulation, and the concept can be transferred to all wavelength regimes. Here we present results from an implementation that has been optimized for wavelengths between 250 and 375nm. Interferometric measurements prove phase stability over several hours. We obtained 2D spectra of the nonpolar UV chromophore p-terphenyl in ethanol, excited with 50fs pulses at 287nm.

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