Two-photon coherent propagation, transmission of 90° phase-shifted pulses, and application to isotope separation View Full Text


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DATE

1976-12

AUTHORS

Jean-Claude Diels

ABSTRACT

Most single photon coherent propagation effects are shown to have their two-photon analogue. The case of zero-area pulse propagation (90° phase shifted in the two-photon situation), frequency shift with distance, and selective optical excitation for isotope separation are considered. Selective two-photon pumping is shown to occur even when the pulse spectrum overlaps the various isotope shifted lines. An application to radiation pressure isotope separation is proposed. More... »

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513-522

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