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Laser spectroscopy 1 : basic principles, Wolfgang Demtröder

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Laser spectroscopy 1 : basic principles
Title
Laser spectroscopy 1
Title remainder
basic principles
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Wolfgang Demtröder
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Language
eng
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Demtröder, W
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illustrations
Index
index present
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non fiction
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Laser spectroscopy
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Laser spectroscopy 1 : basic principles, Wolfgang Demtröder
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
1. Introduction -- 2. Absorption and emission of light. 2.1. Cavity modes ; 2.2. Thermal radiation and Planck's law ; 2.3.Absorption, induced, and spontaneous emission ; 2.4.Basic photometric quantities ; 2.5. Polarization of light ; 2.6. Absorption and dispersion ; 2.7.Absorption and emission spectra -- 2.8.Transition probabilities ; 2.9.Coherence properties of radiation fields ; 2.10. Coherence of atomic systems ; 2.11. Problems -- 3. Widths and profiles of spectral lines. 3.1.Natural linewidth ; 3.2.Doppler width ; 3.3.Collisional broadening of spectral lines ; 3.4. Transit-time broadening ; 3.5. Homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadening ; 3.6. Saturation and power broadening ; 3.7. Spectral line profiles in liquids and solids ; 3.8.Problems -- 4. Spectroscopic instrumentation. 4.1.Spectrographs and monochromators ; 4.2. Interferometers ; 4.3.Comparison between spectrometers and interferometers ; 4.4. Accurate wavelength measurements ; 4.5. Detection of light ; 4.6. Conclusions ; 4.7. Problems -- 5. Lasers as spectroscopic light sources. 5.1. Fundamentals of lasers ; 5.2. Laser resonators ; 5.3. Spectral characteristics of laser emission ; 5.4. Experimental realization of single-mode lasers ; 5.5.Controlled wavelength tuning of single-mode lasers ; 5.6. Linewidths of single-mode lasers ; 5.7. Tunable lasers ; 5.8. Problems -- 6. Nonlinear optics. 6.1. Mathematical description ; 6.2. Phase matching ; 6.3. Second-harmonic generation ; 6.4. Quasi phase matching ; 6.5. Sum-frequency generation ; 6.6. Difference-frequency spectrometer ; 6.7. Optical parametric oscillators ; 6.8.Tunable Raman lasers -- 7. Optics of Gaussian beams. 7.1.Basic characteristics of Gaussian beams ; 7.2. Imaging of Gaussian beams by lenses ; 7.3. Mode cleaning of Gaussian beams
Control code
15656240
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Fifth edition
Extent
xviii, 496 pages
Isbn
9783642538582
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Laser spectroscopy 1 : basic principles, Wolfgang Demtröder
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Introduction -- 2. Absorption and emission of light. 2.1. Cavity modes ; 2.2. Thermal radiation and Planck's law ; 2.3.Absorption, induced, and spontaneous emission ; 2.4.Basic photometric quantities ; 2.5. Polarization of light ; 2.6. Absorption and dispersion ; 2.7.Absorption and emission spectra -- 2.8.Transition probabilities ; 2.9.Coherence properties of radiation fields ; 2.10. Coherence of atomic systems ; 2.11. Problems -- 3. Widths and profiles of spectral lines. 3.1.Natural linewidth ; 3.2.Doppler width ; 3.3.Collisional broadening of spectral lines ; 3.4. Transit-time broadening ; 3.5. Homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadening ; 3.6. Saturation and power broadening ; 3.7. Spectral line profiles in liquids and solids ; 3.8.Problems -- 4. Spectroscopic instrumentation. 4.1.Spectrographs and monochromators ; 4.2. Interferometers ; 4.3.Comparison between spectrometers and interferometers ; 4.4. Accurate wavelength measurements ; 4.5. Detection of light ; 4.6. Conclusions ; 4.7. Problems -- 5. Lasers as spectroscopic light sources. 5.1. Fundamentals of lasers ; 5.2. Laser resonators ; 5.3. Spectral characteristics of laser emission ; 5.4. Experimental realization of single-mode lasers ; 5.5.Controlled wavelength tuning of single-mode lasers ; 5.6. Linewidths of single-mode lasers ; 5.7. Tunable lasers ; 5.8. Problems -- 6. Nonlinear optics. 6.1. Mathematical description ; 6.2. Phase matching ; 6.3. Second-harmonic generation ; 6.4. Quasi phase matching ; 6.5. Sum-frequency generation ; 6.6. Difference-frequency spectrometer ; 6.7. Optical parametric oscillators ; 6.8.Tunable Raman lasers -- 7. Optics of Gaussian beams. 7.1.Basic characteristics of Gaussian beams ; 7.2. Imaging of Gaussian beams by lenses ; 7.3. Mode cleaning of Gaussian beams
Control code
15656240
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Fifth edition
Extent
xviii, 496 pages
Isbn
9783642538582
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations

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