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This situation is discussed again later. Another example where there would be time-dependent frequencies is when the driven molecule is undergoing energy transfer into modes of other molecules having different frequencies. The small change of electric moment that may occur as a result of vibrational excitation will also generate timedependent frequencies if the vibrational excited-state lifetime is sufﬁciently long. In these cases there is a need to incorporate the effect of the driven mode on the mode involved in the relaxation and hence generate a time-dependent oscillator frequency.

These two terms together constitute the dual frequency signal in the approximation where there is a distribution of motionally narrowed transitions. The ﬁrst involves ﬁeld-induced coherence transfer between the two modes, and the second involves transfer to a (1 þ 2, 1) coherence. Again the 2D-IR signal Sðt; t; TÞ is the sum of the real parts of these responses. As shown previously, the 2D-IR spectra of the cross peaks strongly depend on the correlations of the frequency distributions. The absorptive cross-peak signal is D E cos o10 teÀg1 t ½eÀT=T1 þ eio21 T ðeÀio20 tÀg2 t À eÀiðo20 ÀdÞtÀg1þ2 tÞ ð40Þ which leads to the equation given in our article [17] on dual frequency 2D-IR when the average over the joint distribution of frequencies is carried out as described below.

The real ﬁeld generated in the laboratory is the real part of this function, apart from multiplicative factors. The conventional echo signal from an ensemble is detected on a square law detector and therefore involves the integral over the detection time t of the squared average over the distribution of frequencies, namely, ð 1 D E io10 ðtÀtÞ ÀgðtþtÞ 2 e ð22Þ e dt 0 By assuming a Gaussian frequency distribution with ﬂuctuations d about a mean, along with standard deviation s, the echo signal becomes 2 ð1 pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ ð 1 À2gðtþtÞ idðtÀtÞ Àd2 =2s2 dt e dde e 1=s 2p 0 À1 ð1 g pﬃﬃﬃ 2 2 2 À st À 1 ð23Þ ¼ dt eÀ2gðtþtÞÀs ðtÀtÞ ¼ p=2s egðg=s À4tÞ erf s 0 As is well known, when the ﬁxed inhomogeneous distribution is very large compared with the homogeneous width, this echo signal occurs around t ¼ t and decays with a time constant 14 g.