We have studied the interaction of stimulated spin-flip Raman scattering and stimulated recombination radiation in n-InSb using a CW CO pump laser. A change in linewidth and output power of second Stokes spin-flip radiation is observed when the tuning curve of the first Stokes stimulated spin-flip radiation and the stimulated recombination radiation cross. The observations are explained using a simple rate equation model.
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Dutta, N., Wolga, G.J. On the interaction of stimulated spin-flip raman scattering and stimulated recombination radiation in InSb. Appl. Phys. 19, 185–189 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00932395