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Spectral features of the Hanle effect for strong monochromatic waves

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Under investigation are spectral features of the Hanle effect for the monochromatically excited atomic system J = 0 → J = 1. The explicit expressions for Hanle-signal spectra are found. It is shown that the Hanle-signal spectrum, as well as the fluorescence spectrum of a two-level atomic system, contains both an elastic and an inelastic component. There can be as many as seven peaks in the inelastic-component spectrum. The analysis of the fluorescence spectra is presented in terms of the dressed-atom states.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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