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  • International Quantum Electronics Conference
  • OSA Technical Digest (Optica Publishing Group, 1984),
  • paper WFF6

Fluorescence-Detected Raman- Optical Doable-Resonance Spectroscopy

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A few forms of coherent Raman spectroscopy1,2 have demonstrated the capability of creating excess populations in specific molecular rovibrational states. Although this produces an undesirable saturation effect in some contexts,1 it is intrinsic to the signal strength of others2 and makes several Raman-optical double-resonance schemes feasible. One such scheme,3 which combines stimulated Raman spectroscopy with ionization detection, has been employed in double-resonance studies of NO. Subsequently,4 we have employed visible laser- induced fluorescence (LIP) to detect coherent Raman excitation of a polyatomic molecule, D2CO.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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