Transient Spectrum of Two Level Atoms Interacting with Amplitude Modulated Intense Radiation
It is well known that a two level atom interacting with a constant amplitude, resonant laser beam, emits radiation with a spectrum-popularly known as the Mollow’s triplet1. The theoretical calculations of the triplet spectrum assumes a steady state between the atom interacting with the laser beam and the relaxation processes. Eberly and Wodkiewicz2 have generalized the definition of spectrum to consider time dependent situations as well.
KeywordsLevel Atom Parametric Resonance Transient Spectrum Incident Laser Light Steady State Time
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