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Frequency-Dependent Lower-State Energy: A New Spectroscopic Parameter Useful for Designing Laser-Based Thermometers

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Abstract

A spectroscopic transition’s temperature sensitivity is characterized by its lower-state energy. Here, we define a related parameter that is not fundamental but is a continuous function of frequency and applies to broadened and blended spectra.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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