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Title: Sum frequency generation microscopy study of cellulose fibers
Authors: Hieu, Hoang Chi
Tuan, Nguyen Anh
Li, Hongyan
Miyauchi, Yoshihiro
Mizutani, Goro
Keywords: Sum frequency generation
SFG Microscope
Infrared spectroscopy
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Society for Applied Spectroscopy
Magazine name: Applied Spectroscopy
Volume: 65
Number: 11
Start page: 1254
End page: 1259
DOI: 10.1366/11-06388
Abstract: Sum frequency generation (SFG) microscopy images of cotton cellulose fibers were observed at the infrared wavenumber of ~ 2945 cm^<-1> and with a spatial resolution of 2 μm. Domains of different cellulose microfibril bunches were observed and they showed different second-order nonlinear responses. The intensity of the peak of the asymmetric CH_2 stretching mode at 2945 cm<-1> depended strongly on the orientation of the electric fields of the incident visible and infrared light with respect to the cellulose fiber axis. The second-order nonlinear susceptibility arising from the chirality in the cellulose structure was found to be dominant. The SFG of the cross section of the cellulose fiber was relatively weak and showed a different spectrum from that measured from the side of the fiber axis.
Rights: Copyright (C) 2011 Society for Applied Spectroscopy. This material is posted here with permission of Society for Applied Spectroscopy. Hoang Chi Hieu, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Hongyan Li, Yoshihiro Miyauchi, Goro Mizutani, Applied Spectroscopy, 65(11), 2011, 1254-1259. http://dx.doi.org/10.1366/11-06388
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/10660
Material Type: publisher
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