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Vibrational dissipation and dephasing of I$$_{2}$$(v = 1-19) in solid Kr

Karavitis, M.*; Kumada, Takayuki  ; Goldschleger, I. U.*; Apkarian, V. A.*

Energy dissipation and phase relaxation of the vibrational quantum states of iodine molecules in solid krypton have been studied in the temperature range between 7 and 45 K using a technique of time-resolved coherent anti-stokes Raman scattering (CARS) spectroscopy by a femto-second laser. The rate of energy dissipation was independent of tempeature, but proportional to the vibrational quantum number v. The pure dephasing rate exponentially increased with an increase in temperature and was proportional to v$$^{2}$$. The energy relaxation was found to take place by transfering the vibrational energy of iodine to four phonons in the krypton solid. The pure dephasing was induced by elastic scattering with phonon. It was suggested by a computer simulation that the phonon which induced the pure dephasing accompanied libration mode of iodine molecules.



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