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Stimulated Molecular Scattering of Light in Gases

  • V. V. Morozov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 58)

Abstract

Stimulated Brillouin scattering in compressed gases was investigated using a ruby laser as the excitation source. The time evolution of the Brillouin scattering in compressed nitrogen was studied. Different detection systems were used in a spectroscopic investigation of the scattering as a function of the intensity of the exciting radiation. Stimulated Brillouin and temperature (entropy) scattering processes were observed in low-pressure gaseous hydrogen. Laser radiation was found to undergo anti-Stokes broadening as a result of interaction in various gases. The results obtained wire compared with the predictions of currently available theories.

Keywords

Stimulate Brillouin Scattering Exciting Radiation Ruby Laser Stokes Component Giant Pulse 
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