STUDY OF VARIOUS ASPECTS OF RAMAN SCATTERING USING GAS LASERS
Final rept. 1 Aug 1965-31 Jul 1968
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE
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Several aspects of non-linear interaction of laser radiation with atomic resonances are theoretically explored. These effects are manifested through multiple quanta processes and yield novel types of line narrowing effects these effects are observed in great detail and applied in precision studies of the structure of a atomic resonances. Motional linewidth narrowing in spontaneous Raman scattering is observed using an argon laser.