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Spectroscopy with Tunable Lasers

  • Theo W. Hänsch
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Abstract

The vigorous development of various types of broadly tunable lasers in the past few years has led to remarkable progress. Organic dye lasers, semiconductor diode lasers, spin-flip Raman lasers and parametric oscillators together with nonlinear mixing devices now cover the entire wavelength range from the near ultraviolet (2600Å) to the middle infrared (34µm). The tuning range will certainly be extended in the near future. Single mode operation and very narrow linewidths have been achieved with each of these devices in the laboratory. Intensive efforts are underway and already partly successful to make the wavelength of such lasers very stable and reliably tunable over any given small spectral region of interest. Tunable lasers will undoubtedly have a large impact on the future of atomic and molecular spectroscopy.

Keywords

Tuning Range Parametric Oscillator Saturable Absorber Laser Action Tunable Laser 
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  • Theo W. Hänsch
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsStanford UniversityStanfordUSA

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