The Effect of Collisions on the Resonance Fluorescence Spectrum of Three-Level Atoms with a V-Configuration of Levels View Full Text


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2021-12-26

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A. I. Parkhomenko, A. M. Shalagin

ABSTRACT

The effect of collisions on the resonance fluorescence spectrum of three-level atoms with a V-configuration of levels when excited by two monochromatic resonance fields has been theoretically investigated. The analysis has been carried out for the systems with a small Doppler broadening compared to the collision frequency (high buffer gas pressures) and for the general case of an arbitrary change (from complete failure to complete preservation) of the phase memory at any of the three transitions in the V-system. It has been shown that in the three-level V-type atoms excited by two monochromatic fields, the resonant fluorescence spectrum (the number of spectral lines and their widths) at one of the transitions strongly depends on the presence of resonant radiation at the adjacent transition. Under certain conditions, the line widths will be completely determined by the relaxation characteristics of the adjacent transition and, in particular, can be repeatedly narrowed with an increase in the radiation intensity at the adjacent transition. It has been shown that despite the homogeneous nature of the broadening of the absorption lines, the resonance fluorescence spectrum has a pronounced anisotropy with respect to the mutual orientation of the wave vectors of spontaneous and exciting radiation. It has been established that the line widths in the resonance fluorescence spectrum are proportional to the diffusion coefficient of the atoms interacting with radiation under certain conditions. This fact can serve as the basis for a spectroscopic method for measuring the transport frequencies of the collisions of the radiation-absorbing particles with the buffer ones. It has been shown that the effects of phase memory in the collisions lead to a strong qualitative and quantitative modification of the resonance fluorescence spectrum. More... »

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1287-1299

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2008-05. Effect of collisions on the resonance fluorescence spectrum in JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS
  • 2001-10. Effects of the velocity dependence of the collision frequency on the Dicke line narrowing in JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS
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