Shape of the amplification line corresponding to an adjacent transition in a strong field
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- Popova, T.Y. & Popov, A.K. Soviet Physics Journal (1970) 13: 1435. doi:10.1007/BF00818355
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An analysis is made of the effect of a strong field on the shape of the amplification line for monoenergetic atoms. There are three strong-field contributions, differing in their dependence on the set of relaxation parameters of the medium and on the differences among the populations corresponding to the Raman transitions. An analysis is made of the conditions under which each of the contributions is predominant. The change in the line shape by an intensified external field is found for each case. Neon atoms are discussed as an example. The results are compared with those corresponding to a Maxwellian velocity distribution.