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THEORY OF ENERGY TRANSFER
EXCITATION SPECTRA OF PrF3
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absorption acceptor fluorescence acceptor ions ASSISTED ENERGY TRANSFER assume boxcar calculated Chapter Chem concentration cryostat crystal field D. S. Hamilton discussed donor and acceptor donor decay donor fluorescence donor ions donor population dye laser electronic energy distribution energy mismatch energy transfer process ensemble etalon excitation spectra experimental exponential Flach helium Holstein indicates ion-ion coupling LaF^:Pr laser pumping lattice sites line center lineshape linewidth liquid helium M. J. Weber microscopic nearest neighbor nitrogen laser observed one-phonon second-order Orbach orbit-lattice matrix elements P. M. Selzer perturbation theory phonon assisted energy phonon phase terms phonon spectrum photomultiplier Phys power law Pr ions PRASEODYMIUM PrCl PrF_ PrF3 range dependence rare earth rate equations resonant sample temperature satellite lines scan semilog graph sideband single ion spectral spectral width spectrometer spin-lattice relaxation temperature dependence transfer probability transfer rate transition W. M. Yen W.M.Yen wavelength width