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Data analysis in transient electronic spectroscopy – an experimentalist's view

Published in International Reviews in Physical Chemistry. 2020, vol. 39, no. 2, p. 135-216
Abstract Time-resolved electronic spectroscopy has grown into a technique that provides hundreds to thousands of electronic spectra with femtosecond time resolution. This enables complex questions to be interrogated, with an obvious cost that the data are more detailed and thus require accurate modelling to be properly reproduced. Analysis of these data comes in a variety of forms, starting with a variety of assumptions about how the data may be decomposed. Here, four different types of analysis commonly used are discussed: band-shape analysis, global kinetic analysis, lifetime distribution models, and soft-modelling. This review provides a ?user's guide? to these various methods of data analysis, and attempts to elucidate their successes, domains in which they may be useful, and potential pitfalls in their usage.
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Research group Groupe Vauthey
Swiss National Science Foundation: 00020-184607
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BECKWITH, Joseph, RUMBLE, Christopher Allen, VAUTHEY, Eric. Data analysis in transient electronic spectroscopy – an experimentalist's view. In: International Reviews in Physical Chemistry, 2020, vol. 39, n° 2, p. 135-216. doi: 10.1080/0144235X.2020.1757942 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:137443

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