- Written by Chavdar Slavov
Time-resolved data from ultrafast optical spectroscopy is typically contaminated by different experimental artifacts which hinders the straightforward analysis. Thus, the analysis procedures need to include algorithms for instrument response deconvolution, wavelength dependence of the time-zero position of the recorded signal and of the width of the instrument response function (IRF), coherent artifact analysis, etc.
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