An Experimental Study of the Fluorescence Spectrum of Cesium Atoms in the Presence of a Buffer Gas View Full Text


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2018-01

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V. G. Davydov, V. N. Kulyasov

ABSTRACT

A direct experiment is performed to determine the quantum efficiency of a cesium fluorescence filter. The fluorescence spectra of cesium atoms are recorded under excitation of the upper states of the second resonance doublet with a Bell–Bloom cesium lamp. Introduction of different noble gases into the cell with cesium leads to the appearance of additional fluorescence photons. It is found that a fluorescence filter based on atomic cesium vapor with addition of helium in the working cell has the highest efficiency and response rate of all known fluorescence filters based on alkali-metal atomic vapors. More... »

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18-20

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