Alignment of Excited Atoms in a Gas Discharge
Both the Hanle effect and the phenomenon of level crossing have become well known. The Hanle effect, i.e. depolarization of resonant radiation by external magnetic field, was described 55 years ago, while the phenomenon of level crossing which is actually an expansion of the Hanle effect was described nearly 20 years ago. In these twenty years the level crossing method has become widely used alongside with the other spectroscopy methods of atom investigation.
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