Point source of resonant radiation in an excited dispersive medium
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Neglecting the Doppler effect at r → ∞, the decay of a single-photon state constantly generated by a foreign atom in a thermally excited medium of two-level molecules is determined by a sum of two exponentials. The asymptotic behavior is determined by the splitting of the energy spectrum of a single-photon state in excited media. This quantum electrodynamic effect has no classical counterpart.
KeywordsRadiation Asymptotic Behavior Energy Spectrum Point Source Doppler Effect
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