A Modification of the Revolving Mirror Method for Measuring by Michelson A.A.

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23) For |t| <<1 and |t| >>1 this is true for all values of S. Also, in the region where |S| > 3 the functions F(S, t)(κ) are weakly dependent on parameter t. The behavior of the functions ReF(S, t)(0), ReF(S, t)(1) and ReF(S, t)(2) differs drastically for small values of S and for values of t on the order of unity. From Fig. 3 it follows that at t=1 the function ReF(S, t)(0) tends to zero as S→0, while ReF(S, t)(1) and ReF(S, t)(2) tend to values on the order of unity. SAMARTSEV Fig. 4. ReF(0)(curve 1), ImF(0)(curve 2), and 10Re(F(1)–F(2))(curve 3) as functions of parameter S.

Diagram of the formation of a modified stimulated photon echo signal: 1–3, pump pulses; MSPE, modified stimulated photon echo signal. 1) The plus sign in this formula corresponds to J→J (J>>1) transitions, while the ← minus sign corresponds to J → J+1(J>>1) transitions. 1) are measured from the polarization vector of the second pump pulse and are considered positive for clockwise rotation and negative for counterclockwise rotation. 1), the polarization vector of a photon echo signal produced through J→J(J>>1) transitions lies within the sector determined by the angle ψ, while the polarization vector of a ← photon echo signal produced through J → J+1(J>>1) transitions falls outside this sector.

Eksp. Teor. Fiz. 76:1212–1225 (1979). 29. Rebane, Opt. Spektrosk. 35:408–417 (1973). © 2004 by CRC Press LLC Chapter 2 METHODS OF THEORETICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE FORMATION OF PHOTON ECHO AND STIMULATED PHOTON ECHO SIGNALS IN GASES In this chapter, we provide a review of early theoretical studies on the photon echo in gases. We derive the basic equations, which will be employed in this monograph for the theoretical description of electromagnetic processes in gas media. For the elementary case when the angular momenta Jb and Ja of the upper (b) and lower (a) resonant levels are equal to 1 and 0, respectively, we analyze the formation of photon echo and stimulated photon echo signals in the case of an inhomogeneously broadened spectral line corresponding to an optically allowed b→a transition.

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