Iterative Method to Obtain Raman Spectra of Organic Dyes by Their Chaotic Generation in Multiple-Scattering Media
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An iterative method is developed to obtain vibrational spectra of laser organic dyes from their secondary radiation spectra in multiple-scattering media, which manifests as a result of coupled process of chaotic generation (CG) and stimulated Raman scattering (SRS). The developed method increases significantly the capability to detect weak Raman lines by using batch processing of a set of experimental SRS-CG spectra, which makes it possible to optimize the deconvolution of these spectra and to average vibrational spectra obtained from the set of experimental SRS-CG spectra. The method is tested on spectra of the SRS-CG laser dye pyrromethene 597 in a vesicular film. The obtained results agree well with Raman spectra calculated by the Hartree–Fock method.
Keywordschaotic generation stimulated Raman scattering organic dyes multiple-scattering media vibrational spectrum iterative method pyrromethene 597
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