Abstract

Conjunctive effects are observed when two lasers are used to induce impedance changes in a hollow-cathode discharge and when there is an intermediate energy level common to both induced transitions. These conjunctive effects are useful for determining and confirming spectral assignments and for energy-transfer studies.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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