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Theory and experiment for the anomalous Faraday effect in potassium

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The detailed theory of the anomalous Faraday effect in potassium is studied for the 4S1/2 → 4P1/2 transition including hyperfine effects. The theoretical results are compared with experimental measurements.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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