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Double-resonance study of vibrational equilibration in optically pumped laser molecules

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Abstract

A cw frequency-locked CO2 laser is used in conjunction with a 1-J TEA CO2 laser to observe the vibrational equilibration of optically pumped gases. Velocity-dependent effects in the vibrational-deactivation rate are also observed. Experimental results are given for CH3F.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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