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Saturated absorption in SF6 with double-velocity selection

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Abstract

Doppler-free saturated absorption of a weak CO2 laser probe on SF6, which is caused by two noncollinear pump beams, is reported. A small-linewidth angular dependence was observed and can be predicted in agreement with a fifth-order perturbation calculation for a two-level atom.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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