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Spectra of the Thermal and Stimulated Scattering of Light in the Wing of the Rayleigh Line

  • G. I. Zaitsev
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 58)

Abstract

The spectra of the thermal scattering of light by anisotropy fluctuations (corresponding to the wing of the Rayleigh line) and the profiles of the depolarized lines of the Raman scattering in a liquid were investigated and compared. An asymmetry was observed in the indicatrix of the thermal scattering in the wing of the Rayleigh line of some liquids (for example, benzene or toluene). In the region beginning at ~20 cm−1 from the frequency of the exciting line the scattering intensity was found to be higher in the forward than in the backward direction. This was attributed to the existence of short-lived complexes, which had the short-range orientational order. A ruby laser of ~100 MW output was used as the excitation source in a study of the temperature dependence of the Stokes stimulated scattering in the wing of the Rayleigh line. A nondegenerate nonlinear four-photon interaction gave rise to the Stokes and the anti-Stokes wings in the stimulated spectrum. Such stimulated scattering was observed at a small angle (~2°) with respect to the direction of propagation of the exciting light, whereas at large scattering angles only the Stokes wing was observed. These results were in agreement with the theory of stimulated scattering.

Keywords

Stimulate Raman Scattering Raman Line Stimulate Brillouin Scattering Ruby Laser Stokes Component 
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