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Investigation of Collisions by Nonlinear Spectroscopy Methods

  • S. G. Rautian
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Abstract

A lot of nonlinear spectroscopy effects in gases are presently known, which are closely connected with various collision processes. The interaction of oscillation modes in gas lasers may be given as an example. Under certain circumstances the collisions substantially intensify this interaction which results in sharp changing the oscillation mode distribution of the power up to generation of a single-mode regime.The relaxation processes have influence on the radiation pulsations of molecular absorbing cell lasers, as well. There are numerous nonlinear polarization effects which are very sensitive to de-orientating (or depolarizing) collisions. In particular, the radiation polarization state of an isotropic resonator gas laser is predetermined by the relationship between relaxation rates of alignment and orientation. From the viewpoint of interest, gyrotropy, dichroism and birefringence effects induced by a laser field, may be useful. A number of magnetic field effects depending sharply on the collision processes may be noted too: Hanley’s effect, radiation polarization and spectrum of a laser placed in magnetic field, etc. Note finally various manifestations of saturation effect.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. G. Rautian
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  1. 1.Institute of Automation and Electrometry, Siberian BranchUSSR Academy of SciencesNovosibirskUSSR

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