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Multiphoton Spectroscopy

  • Peter Bräunlich
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Part of the Physics of Atoms and Molecules book series (PAMO)

Abstract

In this chapter, a class of electronic transitions in atoms involving the simultaneous absorption or emission of more than one photon is discussed. In describing Raman scattering in atoms as a two-photon process, in which one photon of frequency ω1 is absorbed and one of frequency ω2 (≠ω1) is emitted, Kramers and Heisenberg(1) pointed out that an entirely new process may take place, namely, singly stimulated two-photon emission. A bound electron in an excited state | 〉 can reach a lower state |f〉 via the emission of two photons. The presence of a photon field of frequency ω1 stimulates the simultaneous emission of one photon having the same frequency and of a second photon of frequency ω 2 = ω fi ω 1. This process is greatly enhanced in the presence of real intermediate states and was therefore observed first under these conditions by Yatsiv et al. (2) In the absence of intermediate states, singly stimulated two-photon emission and anti-Stokes Raman scattering in atoms were reported by Bräunlich et al.(3–5)

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Lamb Shift Multiphoton Ionization Dipole Matrix Element Photon Field Multiphoton Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Bräunlich
    • 1
  1. 1.Bendix Research LaboratoriesSouthfieldUSA

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