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This book will be of value to spectroscopists, analytical chemists, and researchers in the field of ultrasensitive analysis. The encyclopedia also will cover application issues emphasizing the type of parallel computation involved and the magnitude in terms of computational requirements of the applications. Other chapters examine the techniques of laser intracavity-enhanced, laser absorption, and emission spectroscopy. This considerably reduces noise associated with intensity fluctuations of the probe beam. Organized into 12 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the fundamentals of the method for atoms and molecules.
Ultrasensitive techniques considered in this text include photoacoustic, one- and two-photon excitation, absorption, mass, and laser ionization spectroscopies. This baseband method provides absorption spectra directly, eliminating laser excess noise without the somewhat elaborate signal generation and processing equipment needed in laser frequency modulation methods. This volume comprises a collection of invited and selected contributions presented at the 16th International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy in Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia, 13—18 July 2003. Each chapter discusses the theories, experiments, and application of the specific technique. This topic has recently experienced an explosive growth due to the noninvasive or minimally invasive nature and the cost-effectiveness of photonic modalities in medical diagnostics and therapy. It synthesizes widely scattered research material and presents it in an accessible manner for students and researchers already engaged in or wishing to enter the field of nonlinear fiber optics. Ultrasensitive techniques considered in this text include photoacoustic, one- and two-photon excitation, absorption, mass, and laser ionization spectroscopies.
In molecular science the explosive growth of this research is for fundamental reasons. It provides a solid grounding in the fundamentals of many aspects of laser physics, nonlinear optics, and molecular spectroscopy. A continuous-wave, rapidly swept cavity-ringdown spectroscopic technique has been developed for localized atmospheric sensing of trace gases at remote sites. Even for n- reactive physical changes one is observing the most elementary of molecular processes. It may be interesting to investigate the general properties of such a device when the emitting or the absorbing atoms are put inside the reflecting mirrors. Examples of experimental techniques are given to illustrate the points.
A solutions manual is available to teachers. The apparatus is 34 times more sensitive than the corresponding extracavity instrument. A new measuring technique which can detect a single atom of a given kind, even in the presence of 1019 or more atoms of another kind, with good space and time resolution, was utilized to study the density fluctuation of less than 100 cesium atoms in a small volume of space filled with inert gases. The high attainable sensitivity permitted selection of slow molecules with low power and gas pressure to give a linewidth 13 times below the room-temperature transit-time limit. The eighteenth International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy was held on 24—29 June 2007 in Telluride, Colorado. Academic Press, New York, 1983. A novel, compact He-Ne laser intracavity photothermal beam deflection densitometer has been developed.
Topics covered also include related applied areas, such as atmospheric science, astrophysics, surface physics, and laser physics. It is shown that the analytical limit of detection can be in the range of femtograms and that double-resonance excitation possesses significant advantages over single-resonance excitation, both in terms of signal-to-noise ratio and spectral selectivity. This is a completely new book containing either new sections or major revisions in every chapter. Introduction to Nonlinear Laser Spectroscopy focuses on the principles of nonlinear laser spectroscopy. The reason has been attributed to the fact that a substantial fraction of the molecules in the interaction region will reside in excited vibrational states, which leads to a depletion of the vibrational ground state.
The author is one of the most renowned experts in this area. Ultrasensitive Laser Spectroscopy covers the experimental methods involved in various sensitive techniques to which lasers have been applied for the study of weak transitions. Beginning with mode-locking of glass lasers in the 1960s, the development of dye lasers brought the pulse width down from picoseconds to femtoseconds. Examples of real systems ar included to emphasize the concept governing applications of curren interest, and appendices summariz the properties of one- an two-dimensional Fourier transforms linear-systems theory, and modes o linear systems. We present a systematic study of the detection sensitivity, signal line shape and size, and slope at the central tuning.
Thisbook gives active researchers and engineers the practical information they need to choose an appropriate tunable laser for their particular applications. The chapters, each written by an expert in the field, survey the key technologies, setting them in context and highlighting their benefits and possible applications. The broad coverage--together with extensive pointers to the literature for in-depth study'will make the encyclopedia an invaluable reference tool for researchers, practitioners and students alike. Finally, the absorption of atoms inside the interferometer is studied. It also serves as an ideal reference text for researchers working in the fields of laser spectroscopy and quantum optics. This volume, comprising a collection of invited contributions presented at the conference, will report on the latest developments in the area of laser spectroscopy and related fields: cold atoms and molecules, degenerate quantum gases, quantum optics, quantum information processing, precision measurements, atomic clock, ultra-fast lasers and strong field phenomena, and novel spectroscopic applications.
The book covers a wide range of applications of molecular and laser spectroscopy in diverse areas ranging from materials to medicine and defence, biomedical research, environmental monitoring, forensic investigations, food and agriculture, and chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical processes. Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy is a well-written, easy-to-read guide to understanding the fundamentals of lasers, experimental methods of modern laser spectroscopy and applications. Introduction to Nonlinear Laser Spectroscopy, Revised Edition presents the most useful nonlinear spectroscopy techniques at a level accessible to spectroscopists and graduate students unfamiliar with nonlinear optics. Part two explores laser spectroscopy techniques, including cavity-based absorption spectroscopy and the use of photo-acoustic spectroscopy to acquire absorption spectra of gases and condensed media. The book is well illustrated, and is supplemented by an extensive set of references. Other chapters explain the various basic schemes of multistep excitation, which can be used for resonance photoionization of molecules.