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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1977, Volume 4, Number 9, Pages 2021–2024 (Mi qe12825)  

Brief Communications

Tunable Raman laser based on the third Stokes component of liquid nitrogen

S. V. Efimovskii, I. G. Zubarev, A. V. Kotov


Abstract: Stimulated emission was obtained at a wavelength of 4 μ (with continuous tuning within 0.15 μ) as a result of conversion of neodymium laser radiation into the third Stokes component in a liquid nitrogen Raman laser. The output radiation of the Raman laser was used to determine the isotopic structure and spectroscopic characteristics of the P(4) line of the principal vibrational band of the HBr molecule. The measured isotopic shift was 0.29±0.05 cm–1.

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English version:
Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1977, 7:9, 1155–1156

UDC: 621.378.325+535.36
PACS: 42.55.Mv, 42.65.Cq
Received: 03.03.1977

Citation: S. V. Efimovskii, I. G. Zubarev, A. V. Kotov, “Tunable Raman laser based on the third Stokes component of liquid nitrogen”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 4:9 (1977), 2021–2024 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 7:9 (1977), 1155–1156]

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