A Program of Research in Radiative Collisions.
Final rept. 1 Jan 76-12 Dec 80,
COLORADO UNIV AT BOULDER
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During 1980, we completed the proposed studies of collisional redistribution in the thallium-argon system. The work included experimental and theoretical studies of both spontaneous and stimulated light scattering by atoms in a collisional environment. The principal work included studying the effects of radiative trapping on the shape of the spontaneous redistribution line profile, and developing and applying a theoretical model to the data previously obtained on stimulated Raman scattering SRS and stimulated collision-induced fluorescence SCF.