Molecular Spectroscopy of NO and C2H4 Using Step-Tunable IR Lasers and the External Resonator Controlled Spin-Flip Raman Laser
Step-tunable infra-red lasers have many applications in molecular physics due to coincidences between laser transitions and molecular vibration-rotation frequencies. Primary lasers in the intermediate infra-red spectral region are the carbon monoxide (5–6,5µm) laser and the carbon dioxide (9–llµm) laser. Both these lasers can be operated under a variety of conditions from stable c.w. to high pressure, pulsed operation.
KeywordsLaser Transition Molecular Spectroscopy Pulse Operation Tuning Rate Raman Amplifier
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