Polarization characteristics of stimulated emission of organic molecules when excited by intense XeCl laser radiation View Full Text


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DATE

2003-09

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R. T. Kuznetsova, A. A. Shaposhnikov, D. N. Filinov, T. N. Kopylova, E. N. Tel’minov

ABSTRACT

We study the influence of the molecular structure, medium, and exciting-radiation parameters on the polarization, energy, and spectral characteristics of the emission of laser-active media based on the dicarboxylic derivative of p-terphenyl, rhodamine 101, and phenalemine 512. We found that the polarization of the stimulated emission of molecules when strongly excited under the conditions studied significantly depends on their structure, the pumping mode, the intensity and polarization of the exciting radiation, the shape and dimensions of the excited volume, and the phase state of the medium. More... »

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447-454

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