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Physical Review Letters
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Precision infrared stark spectra of N14H2D using lamb dip

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Abstract

By Stark tuning the N14H2D molecule into optical resonance with a standing-wave laser field, which is intense and monochromatic, it has been possible to obtain a unique vibration-rotation line assignment and its transition matrix element, and to probe ground- and excited-state Stark splittings with precision. Stark splittings as narrow as 1.5 MHz (within a Doppler width of 82 MHz) are observed for the first time in an optically excited state using the Lamb dip. © 1969 The American Physical Society.

Date

15 Sep 1969

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Physical Review Letters

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