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Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption

Meijer, H. A. J., Meulen, H. P. V. D., Ditewig, F., Wisman, C. J. & Morgenstern, R., 1987, In : Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments. 20, 3, 4 p.

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APA

Meijer, H. A. J., Meulen, H. P. V. D., Ditewig, F., Wisman, C. J., & Morgenstern, R. (1987). Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption. Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments, 20(3). https://doi.org/10.1088/0022-3735/20/3/014

Author

Meijer, H.A.J. ; Meulen, H.P. van der ; Ditewig, F. ; Wisman, C.J. ; Morgenstern, R. / Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption. In: Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments. 1987 ; Vol. 20, No. 3.

Harvard

Meijer, HAJ, Meulen, HPVD, Ditewig, F, Wisman, CJ & Morgenstern, R 1987, 'Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption', Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments, vol. 20, no. 3. https://doi.org/10.1088/0022-3735/20/3/014

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Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption. / Meijer, H.A.J.; Meulen, H.P. van der; Ditewig, F.; Wisman, C.J.; Morgenstern, R.

In: Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments, Vol. 20, No. 3, 1987.

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Vancouver

Meijer HAJ, Meulen HPVD, Ditewig F, Wisman CJ, Morgenstern R. Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption. Journal of Physics E%3A Scientific Instruments. 1987;20(3). https://doi.org/10.1088/0022-3735/20/3/014


BibTeX

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title = "Laser stabilisation for velocity-selective atomic absorption",
abstract = "A relatively simple method is described for stabilising a dye laser at a frequency ν = ν0 + νc in the vicinity of an atomic resonance frequency ν0. The Doppler effect is exploited by looking for atomic fluorescence when a laser beam is crossed with an atomic beam at certain angles αi. Absolute preselection of νc (the deviation from resonance) up to ~120 MHz is possible by the choice of αi, and a laser stabilisation to better than 1 MHz is obtained. We apply this stabilisation to collision experiments with velocity-selected excited Na atoms.",
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AU - Morgenstern, R.

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N2 - A relatively simple method is described for stabilising a dye laser at a frequency ν = ν0 + νc in the vicinity of an atomic resonance frequency ν0. The Doppler effect is exploited by looking for atomic fluorescence when a laser beam is crossed with an atomic beam at certain angles αi. Absolute preselection of νc (the deviation from resonance) up to ~120 MHz is possible by the choice of αi, and a laser stabilisation to better than 1 MHz is obtained. We apply this stabilisation to collision experiments with velocity-selected excited Na atoms.

AB - A relatively simple method is described for stabilising a dye laser at a frequency ν = ν0 + νc in the vicinity of an atomic resonance frequency ν0. The Doppler effect is exploited by looking for atomic fluorescence when a laser beam is crossed with an atomic beam at certain angles αi. Absolute preselection of νc (the deviation from resonance) up to ~120 MHz is possible by the choice of αi, and a laser stabilisation to better than 1 MHz is obtained. We apply this stabilisation to collision experiments with velocity-selected excited Na atoms.

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