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The small change of electric moment that may occur as a result of vibrational excitation will also generate timedependent frequencies if the vibrational excited-state lifetime is sufﬁciently long. In these cases there is a need to incorporate the effect of the driven mode on the mode involved in the relaxation and hence generate a time-dependent oscillator frequency. The Brownian oscillator model of nonlinear optical spectroscopy  developed for electronic transitions has the correct form to account for both spectral diffusion and phase evolution.
In time-domain interferometry, this is measured directly along the indicated time axes as described above. , Fourier-transformed) by a monochromator, then squared by the detection to yield a spectrum on the array detector at each value of t: Sðt; ot Þ ¼ I þ 2 signðRÞeÀga t cos½oa t À ot d À tanÀ1 ðÁ=gÞ ðÁ2 þ g2b Þ1=2 ð41Þ where d is the delay of the local oscillator, Á ¼ ob À ot , and I is the sum of the intensity spectra of the generated and local oscillator ﬁelds. The second term, up to a constant factor, is the interference of the ﬂat local oscillator and the generated ﬁeld, which shows oscillations along both ot and t.
Diagrams R9 and R11 in the nonrephasing conﬁguration are interesting because in a two-pulse experiment where k2 an k3 arrive ﬁrst, the coherence during the interval prior to the third pulse oscillates at roughly twice the frequency of the vibrational mode. Studies of these diagrams permit direct measurements of the total dephasing dynamics of the two-quantum states. dynamical models for two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy 17 Rephasing ^ kS ^ k2 0 0 k' k' 0 0 k k ^ k3 ^ kS ^ k3 0 0 k' 0 0 0 0 k ^ −k1 R1 ^ kS ^ k3 0 0 k' k' 0 0 k k ^ k2 R2 ^ kS ^ k2 ^ −k1 R4 ^ kS ^ k2 ^ k3 ^ −k1 R5 ^ k3 ^ −k1 ^ k2 ^ k3 t T τ ^ −k1 R3 0 k' 0 0 0 0 k k k k k k2 ^ kS 0 k K k' 0 k k K k' 0 k k k ^ −k1 R6 Nonrephasing ^ kS ^ k2 0 0 k k k 0 k' 0 ^ k3 ^ −k1 R7 ^ kS ^ kS ^ −k1 ^ k3 ^ k2 ^ k2 0 k' 0 k 0 0 0 ^ kS ^ −k1 ^ k3 ^ k2 R8 0 0 0 0 0 k' K k t T τ R9 ^ kS k' k' ^ k3 0 K k' k k' k 0 R10 ^ −k1 ^ k3 ^ k2 k' k' K k' K 0 k 0 ^ −k1 R11 Figure 2.
Advances in Chemical Physics: A Special volume of Advances in Chemical Physics by R. Stephen Berry, Joshua Jortner