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Comb-resolved spectroscopy with immersion grating in long-wave infrared

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posted on 2023-11-29, 05:02 authored by Kana Iwakuni, Thinh Q. Bui, Justin Niedermeyer, Takashi Sukegawa, Jun Ye
We have developed a dispersive spectrometer using a compact immersion grating for direct frequency comb spectroscopy in the long-wave infrared region of 8-10 {\mu}m. A frequency resolution of 463 MHz is achieved, which is the highest reported in this wavelength region with a dispersive direct frequency comb spectrometer. We also demonstrate individual mode-resolved imaging of the frequency comb spectrum by Vernier cavity filtering and apply this to obtain both simple and complex molecular spectra. These results indicate that the immersion grating spectrometer offers the next advancement for sensitive, high-resolution spectroscopy of transient and large/complex molecules when combined with cavity enhancement and cooling techniques.

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