Theory of Two-Photon Resonance Fluorescence View Full Text


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DATE

1985

AUTHORS

D. A. Holm , M. Sargent

ABSTRACT

Spontaneous emission between two states of the same parity is forbidden by electric dipole selection rules. However by means of a two-photon transition such a process can occur. In this work we calculate the substantially enhanced spontaneous emission spectrum from a two-photon two-level medium under the influence of a pump field at half the transition frequency. We use the two-photon two-level model1 shown in Fig. 1. The dipole matrix element between levels a and b is zero, and the pump field at frequency v2 is approximately one half of the frequency difference ω = ωa − ωb. Dipole transitions from states a and b to the intermediate levels j are allowed and sufficiently nonresonant that they can be treated accurately to first order. Hence the j levels acquire no appreciable population. More... »

PAGES

260-261

Book

TITLE

Laser Spectroscopy VII

ISBN

978-3-662-15253-9
978-3-540-39664-2

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-39664-2_80

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