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Coherent Phenomena in Superhigh Resolution Spectroscopy

  • V. P. Chebotayev
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Abstract

Coherent phenomena play an important role in atomic and molecular spectroscopy. Hanle’s method, the method of quantum beats, a radiation echo, nutations, and others are widely used in studies of relaxation processes and superhigh resolution spectroscopy. The application of lasers has opened up qualitatively new possibilities of these traditional methods and made them general-purpose. Recent achievements in this field are surveyed in /1, 2/. Over the last years the new methods have been developed in the optical superhigh resolution spectroscopy, which are underlain by coherent processes. The present report discusses the new methods of nonlinear laser superhigh resolution spectroscopy based on the application of coherent phenomena and includes the following parts: Introduction, Coherent phenomena in saturated absorption spectroscopy, Coherent phenomena at collisions, Two-photon resonances, and Macroscopic transfer of medium polarization in a gas.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. P. Chebotayev
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of ThermophysicsSiberian Branch of the USSR Academy of SciencesNovosibirsk 90USSR

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