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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2004, Volume 34, Number 5, Pages 417–421 (Mi qe2636)  

Determination of the E2/M1 amplitude ratio in atoms from the polarisation dependence of two-colour mixing

V. D. Ovsyannikov, N. V. Pershin, E. V. Chaplygin

Voronezh State University

Abstract: It is shown that the polarisation dependence of two-colour mixing in free atoms can be used to measure the E2/M1 ratio of contributions to the amplitude of a dipole-forbidden radiative transition. The dependence is calculated for indium and thallium atoms, in which this ratio plays an important role in the description of parity nonconservation effects in optical atomic spectra.

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Quantum Electronics, 2004, 34:5, 417–421

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PACS: 42.62.Eh, 32.70.-n
Received: 09.01.2004

Citation: V. D. Ovsyannikov, N. V. Pershin, E. V. Chaplygin, “Determination of the E2/M1 amplitude ratio in atoms from the polarisation dependence of two-colour mixing”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 34:5 (2004), 417–421 [Quantum Electron., 34:5 (2004), 417–421]

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