Abstract

This study investigates the stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) of H2O2H2O mixtures. The laser-induced plasma nanoshock wave is formed by focusing an intense pulsed 532 nm laser beam on the mixtures. An enhancement at the low-frequency 1715cm1 SRS line of the bending mode of H2O2 is observed. The mechanism of enhancement was attributed to nanoshock wave resonance with the bending mode, which would preferentially excite phonon and lower energy molecular vibrations.

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