An Introduction to Masers and Lasers

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Chapman and Hall, 1967 - Masers - 162 pages
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Contents

ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR ENERGY STATES
3
ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
15
MASERS
32
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Actinide ammonia amplitude modulation angular momentum quantum anti-Stokes line atomic orbital azimuthal quantum Boltzmann constant carrier wave cavity resonant centre of symmetry cesium chelate Chemical Lasers Chemiluminescence chromium conduction band covalent bonds cyclotron frequency diatomic dimethylformamide Doppler effect electric field electromagnetic radiation electromagnetic spectrum electromagnetic wave electron configuration electronic oscillators energy gap energy levels europium Exciton fluorescence frequency modulation gallium arsenide gas laser germanium helium helium-neon laser holography indium infra-red intrinsic semiconductor joules klystron lanthanide laser action Laser Materials lidar ligand magnetic field maser metastable Michelson interferometer microwave Model Theory molecular orbital molecule monochromatic mutual coherence function nitrobenzene Noise temperature optical computer optical pumping optical resonator orbital angular momentum paramagnetic photodissociation photon Planck's constant pn junction population inversion potassium dihydrogen phosphate principal quantum Q-switched quantum mechanical quantum number Raman effect Raman laser resonant cavity retina ruby laser Russell-Saunders second harmonic selection rules Semiconductor Lasers solid-state laser spectral line spectroscopy spin quantum spin-lattice relaxation spontaneous emission stimulated emission stimulated Raman scattering thermal equilibrium tunable lasers Uncertainty Principle valence band valence electrons wavelength

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