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By Martin R. S. McCoustra (auth.), David L. Andrews, Andrey A. Demidov (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461352134

ISBN-13: 9781461352136

ISBN-10: 1461507278

ISBN-13: 9781461507277

In the hot variation the editors have preserved the elemental proposal and constitution, with the involvement of a few new authors - all famous specialists in laser spectroscopy. every one bankruptcy addresses a special approach, supplying a evaluate and research of the present prestige, and reporting a number of the most up-to-date achievements. With the foremost formulation and techniques designated in lots of sections, this article represents a attainable guide of its topic. it is going to be a priceless device either for experts to maintain abreast of advancements and for novices to the sphere desiring an obtainable advent to precise tools of laser spectroscopy - and in addition as a source for fundamental references.

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The trace becomes noisier at the low wave number end due to decreasing diode laser power. (Reprinted with permission from, Infrared spectrum of the CR, out-of-planefondamental ofCZRj , T. J. Sears, P. M. Johnson, J. ) Narrow bandwidth, tunable radiation throughout the visible and near ultraviolet spectral regions is available routinely from present day dye lasers; these are beginning to be supplemented by Ti-sapphire lasers and optical parametric oscillator sources. e. in which one endeavours to measure a small diminution (M) in the incident intensity (1), is perfectly feasible, but such is rarely done because it is generally possible to achieve higher sensitivity by recording some other property occurring as a result of the light absorption.

Recent devices have promised room temperature operation at similar powers or greater. This combination of mature and wellunderstood semiconductor technology with some unique laser device physics is on the threshold of revolution ising IR laser spectroscopy. 1. 09 -i: -j " 1000 § ! 9 30 50 70 90 Temperature I K Figure 13. Temperature tuning of a Pb-Sn-Se laser. ] spectroscopist is offered a further potential source for experiments. When alkali halide crystals, such as sodium chloride (NaCl) or potassium chloride (KCI), are exposed to either high energy radiation (XUV light, X- and yrays) or when doped with excess alkali metal, crystal defects are formed which absorb visible radiation and are hence known as colour centres.

09 -i: -j " 1000 § ! 9 30 50 70 90 Temperature I K Figure 13. Temperature tuning of a Pb-Sn-Se laser. ] spectroscopist is offered a further potential source for experiments. When alkali halide crystals, such as sodium chloride (NaCl) or potassium chloride (KCI), are exposed to either high energy radiation (XUV light, X- and yrays) or when doped with excess alkali metal, crystal defects are formed which absorb visible radiation and are hence known as colour centres. These defect arise from the presence of vacancies surrounded by dopant ions, and contain free electrons.

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