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DATE

1992-04

AUTHORS

J. Y. Ping, D. G. Rancourt

ABSTRACT

Thickness effects have been studied extensively, both numerically and analytically, only for the case where the intrinsic absorber cross-section, σa, is an elemental Lorentzian line having the natural Heisenberg width. Thickness effects with σa's corresponding to intrinsically (homogeneously or inhomogeneously) broadened lines have hardly not been studied. We report a numerical study of the latter case in which the σa's are taken to be single Voigt lines of various Gaussian-width to Heisenberg-width ratios (O ≤ σ/Гo ≤ 10). We obtain “phase diagrams” showing effectively thin-absorber regions in the plane of intrinsic broadening (σ/Гo or FWHM of σa) versus total absorber thickness (O ≤ ta ≡ fanaσo ≤ 10). These diagrams are useful in evaluating when and to what extent spectral distortions from thickness effects need to be taken into account in real situations. More... »

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1433-1436

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Hyperfine Interactions

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1-4

VOLUME

71

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02397352

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