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Stimulated multipole Raman scattering between opposite-parity states of atomic potassium

Stimulated multipole Raman scattering between opposite-parity states of atomic potassium
Stimulated multipole Raman scattering between opposite-parity states of atomic potassium
Stimulated multipole Raman scattering by free atoms has been observed for the first time. Tunable Stokes emissions close to the 3d-4p transitions in potassium vapour were readily detected when the incident laser frequency was tuned in the region of the 4s-3d electric quadrupole resonances.
0030-4018
307-310
Cotter, David
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Yuratich, M.A.
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Cotter, David
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Yuratich, M.A.
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Cotter, David and Yuratich, M.A. (1979) Stimulated multipole Raman scattering between opposite-parity states of atomic potassium. Optics Communications, 29 (3), 307-310. (doi:10.1016/0030-4018(79)90105-6).

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Abstract

Stimulated multipole Raman scattering by free atoms has been observed for the first time. Tunable Stokes emissions close to the 3d-4p transitions in potassium vapour were readily detected when the incident laser frequency was tuned in the region of the 4s-3d electric quadrupole resonances.

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Published date: June 1979

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Local EPrints ID: 398373
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/398373
ISSN: 0030-4018
PURE UUID: 201a32ca-e71e-4d2d-a2bd-7c0fd59fcffe

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Author: David Cotter
Author: M.A. Yuratich

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