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collision broadening of optical double resonance lines

Frederick W. Byron

collision broadening of optical double resonance lines

by Frederick W. Byron

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Published by s.n.] in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cadmium -- Spectra.,
  • Collision broadening.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frederick William Byron, Jr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC462.C3 B9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 leaves ;
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5233176M
    LC Control Number75303489

    Collisional satellite lines with |ΔJ| ≤ 58 have been identified in recent polarization spectroscopy V-type optical–optical double resonance (OODR) excitation spectra of the Rb2 molecule [H. Salami et al., Phys. Rev.A80, ()]. Observation of these satellite lines clearly requires a transfer of population from the rotational level. Laser Physics (PHYS) The aim of the course is to describe the principles of lasers and laser action. The course covers interactions of atoms and molecules with light (absorption, emission and dispersion) and includes concepts such as Doppler, collision, and natural lifetime broadening, population inversion, and optical pumping.

    And the sharpness of the resonance is a ratio of the beats of the resonance and the frequency or the inverse of it. So if you have an oscillator, the kilohertz and the resonance is one hertz wide. We see the resonance has a Q--a quality factor of 1,and that means you can observe a thousand oscillations before the oscillation decays away. for resonant CARS in the pure collision broadening limit [2, 12, 13] as well as for saturation spectroscopy and Doppler-free two-photon spectroscopy []. We show that not all CARS lines are Doppler-free, which is in contradiction to what was speculated in ref. [11]. Doppler broadening in off-resonance CARS.

    levels also complicates the understanding of inelastic collision processes, which is required to model energy transfer and col-lision broadening of spectral lines. Both of these problems can be addressed by double-resonance spectroscopy, i.e., time-resolved this technique is referred to as "optical-optical double resonance ''2. In a four. All data were obtained by double resonance spectroscopy with CO/sub 2/ lasers in a meter absorption cell at /sup 0/K. Results for rotation transfer include pumped-level relaxation and the response of other levels .J up to These data are compared to four relevant collision models via a level rate equation analysis.


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Collision broadening of optical double resonance lines by Frederick W. Byron Download PDF EPUB FB2

Optical-optical double-resonance (OODR) excitation spectroscopy has proved to be a useful technique for the analysis of levels eV above the ground state in diatomic molecules [for example, (1, 2)].

OODR allows the automatic and unambiguous projection of an assignment of Cited by: Keywords: optical double-resonance, Brossel-Bitter experiment, radiation trapping, coherence narrowing, collision broadening, intensity modulated excitation, density matrix formulation Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service.

Collision broadening studies were made of optical double resonance lines in cadmium. The results indicate that the DELETE ABSTRACT A method is developed for calculating the cross section for line broadening in the limiting case in which important collisions may be considered to occur very rapidly with respect to the periods corresponding.

A method is developed for calculating the cross section for line broadening in the limiting case in which important collisions may be considered to occur very rapidly with respect to the periods corresponding to the transitions in question. This method is essentially an extension of the familiar "sudden" approximation; reference is made throughout to the particular example of optical double Cited by: Line-Shape Transition of Collision Broadened Lines Article (PDF Available) in Physical Review Letters 74(8) March with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Based on Doppler-free optical double-resonance polarization spectroscopy, line broadening and line shifts of Rydberg transitions in Li 2, caused by inelastic and elastic collisions and by saturation effects have been collision cross sections up to Å 2 for line broadening and up to Å 2 for line shifts have been observed.

Collisions of Li 2 Rydberg. The sodium D-line is often present in optical spectra of combustion due to its high prevalence and emissivity. Collision theory predicts the spectral peak.

Collision broadening in the 3P1 state of Zn. A study of the broadening of the "double resonance" line of zinc in the4 3P1 state has been carried out.

Structure of the S1 optical. Vol number 2 OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS 15 February COLLISION BROADENING MODEL FOR THE BIEXCITON RESONANCE IN CuCI N. PEYGHAMBARIAN, Dror SARID and H.M. GIBBS Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, ArizonaUSA L.L.

CHASE Physics Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, IndianaUSA and A. With the introduction of optical pumping (dash-dotted line) an the atom density dependent plateau appears and transmission stays non-zero even for low s 0. Addition of collisions to the model introduces a new theshold value for non-zero transmission, which is too low for the estimated collisional cross section of nm 2.

4 S. Mukamel, Collisional broadening of spectral line shapes proaches, etc.) and is well understood [30—43].By now, there exists the unified theory of spectral line shapes which enables us to calculate microscopically collisionally broadened line shapes, using the potentials of interaction.

A remarkable line broadening was observed for the transitions to the 1 1 Π(v⩾63) levels, and it was identified as originating from the predissociation to K (4s 2 S 1/2)+ Rb (5p 2 P 1/2) atoms. The dissociation energies of the X 1 Σ +, 1 1 Π, and 2 1 Π states have been determined to be ±, ±, and ± cm −1.

The collision broadening of the NH 3 inversion spectrum was investigated within the framework of an earlier proposed theory of pressure broadening. The original treatment must be modified before application to NH 3 to allow for the fact that NH 3 has two closely spaced energy levels, the inversion doublet, with all other levels very widely spaced.

This situation results in a “two‐level. Collisional satellite lines with |∆J| ≤ 58 have been identified in recent polarization spectroscopy V-type optical-optical double resonance (OODR) excitation spectra of the Rb 2 molecule [H.

Salami et al., Phys. Rev. A 80, ()]. Observation of these satellite lines clearly requires a transfer of population from the rotational level directly excited by the pump laser to a. What it shows: Perturbation by colliding atoms in a high pressure gas result in the broadening of emission and absorption lines.

This is clearly seen in the sodium D (nm and nm) lines of a high pressure sodium broadening in frequency width is dependent upon the separation of the perturbing particles (Novotny ) by∆ν ∝ r-n. Homogeneous broadening is a type of emission spectrum broadening in which all atoms radiating from a specific level under consideration radiate with equal opportunity.

If an optical emitter (e.g. an atom) shows homogeneous broadening, its spectral linewidth is its natural linewidth, with a Lorentzian profile. Keeping abreast of the latest techniques and applications, this new edition of the standard reference and graduate text on laser spectroscopy has been completely revised and expanded.

While the general concept is unchanged, the new edition features a broad array of new material, e.g., frequency doubling in external cavities, reliable cw-parametric oscillators, tunable narrow-band UV sources 4/5(3). Inhomogeneous broadening of the exciton resonance appears as a continuous elongation along the diagonal dashed line in Fig.

the present experiments the diagonal linewidth is limited by the laser bandwidth and does not reflect the amount of inhomogeneity as determined from. Here we report on measurements of the absolute absorption spectra of dense rubidium vapour on the D 1 line in the weak-probe regime for temperatures up to °C and number densities up to 3 × 10 14 cm − such vapours, modifications to the homogeneous linewidth of optical transitions arise due to dipole–dipole interactions between identical atoms, in superpositions of the ground and.

A spectral line is a dark or bright line in an otherwise uniform and continuous spectrum, resulting from emission or absorption of light in a narrow frequency range, compared with the nearby frequencies.

Spectral lines are often used to identify atoms and "fingerprints" can be compared to the previously collected "fingerprints" of atoms and molecules, and are thus used to.

The fluorescence spectra of Figure 4 show the double-peaked resonance structure of both rubidium D-lines, as is expected from the redis- tribution between the upper state fine structure manifold.

The redistribution can be understood from the typical exchanged energy per collision being of the order of ksT, which for the ambient temperatures of.The Fifth International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy or VICOLS, was held at Jasper Park Lodge, in Jasper, Canada, June 29 to July 3, Following the tradition of the previous conferences in Va.a three-level lambda system, cross-transition resonance in a four-level double-lambda system, and conventional optical pumping.

Most of these processes lead to sub-Doppler or even subnatural linewidths. The dependence of these resonances on the pump intensity and pump detuning from atomic resonance are also studied.