## Laser Induced CollisionsDepartment of Applied Physics, Stanford University., 1979 - Collisions (Nuclear physics) - 284 pages |

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analysis Appendix argon assumed atoms/cm Ba atom Ba-Ba buffer gas calculation cell Chapter Chcm cm/sec colliding atoms collision cross section coupled equations de-excitation dephased detuning dipole dipole-quadrapole dye laser effective electromagnetic field energy defect energy transfer evaluated excited experiment exponential fluorescence frequency function ground state number impact parameter inconel induced collision cross induced collision process induced inelastic collision infinitely separated atoms infrared initial and final interaction Hamiltonian interaction potentials interatomic Landau-Zener laser induced collision laser induced inelastic laser power density laser radiation level diagram line center lineshape linewidth matrix elements metal vapors nsec number density numerically integrated observed on-line-center pair absorption peak photodissociation photon Phys process of Eq pulse pump radiative collision lasers relative resonance line shown in Fig signals spectrometer spontaneous emission Sr-Ca example Stark shift sum energy tantalum term TIBr tion transition probability vapor cell velocity averaged collision W/cm wavelength Weisskopf radius yields