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Isolating spectral contributions from local field effects in an atomic vapor using two-quantum 2D FT optical spectroscopy

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Abstract

Two-quantum 2D Fourier transform optical spectroscopy is used to separate the contributions of dipole-dipole interactions to the overall nonlinear optical response which isolates them from the atomic resonances in rubidium vapor that generated them.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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