Probing the Dressed Molecule Energy Levels by Infrared-Radiofrequency Double Resonance
The highly sensitive method of radiofrequency spectroscopy inside the cavity of a laser which was discussed at TICOLS  has been developed towards two fields of application, (i) spectroscopic studies [2,3,4] and (ii) multiphoton processes [5,6,7]. Such a radiofrequency spectrometer is a tool very well suited for observation of these processes not only because of its high sensitivity but also because of the high IR power density experienced by molecules since they are located inside the cavity.
KeywordsPump Power Parity Level Multiphoton Process Multiphoton Transition Weak Probe Field
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