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Chemical reactions seen with speedy new spectrometer

A laser-based infrared spectrometer is so fast it can view chemical reactions, according to findings published in Communications Physics. "This method, time-stretch infrared spectroscopy, is about 100 times faster than dual-comb spectroscopy, which had reached an upper speed limit due to issues of sensitivity," says Takuro Ideguchi, a study author.

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