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The resonance of two-photon absorption in separated optical fields

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A beam of molecules interacting with two space-separated light standing waves of light is considered. It is shown that a resonance of two-photon absorption is predicted. The width of the resonance is equal to the reciprocal of the time of flight between the waves.

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    Ye. V. Baklanov, B. Ya. Dubetsky, V. P. Chebotayev: Appl. Phys.9, 171 (1976)

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Baklanov, Y.V., Chebotayev, V.P. & Dubetsky, B.Y. The resonance of two-photon absorption in separated optical fields. Appl. Phys. 11, 201–202 (1976).

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