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High resolution laser spectroscopy of vanadium

Emma Catherine Anne Cochrane

High resolution laser spectroscopy of vanadium

by Emma Catherine Anne Cochrane

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science.

StatementEmma C.A. Cochrane.
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Open LibraryOL22454322M

  Vanadium is a well known ductile metal with a strong attraction for oxygen, which leads to the formation of multiphase states such as VO 2, V 2 O 3, V 2 O 5 V 3 O 5, V 14 O 6, V 6 O 13, etc. 1–5 1. A. D. Wadsley, Acta Crystallogr. Novel method for high resolution measurement of laser output spectrum Abstract: The spectral spread of the best stabilised semiconductor lasers has been reduced to several megahertz. Conventional spectroscopy techniques cannot offer a spectral resolution fine enough for .

Our research interests are in physical chemistry and chemical physics, focusing in the general area of state-selected and state-to-state spectroscopy and dynamics. By employing high resolution photoionization and photoelectron methods, we are actively engaging in the study of chemical structure, energetics, and reactivity of ions and neutrals. This gas laser is a four-level laser that use helium atoms to excite neon atoms. It is the atomic transitions in the neon that produces the laser light. The most commonly used neon transition in these lasers produces red light at nm. High-Resolution Laser Spectroscopy.

  resolution atomic and molecular spectroscopy, metrology and medicine [5]. Diode lasers have also been valuable tools in medical diagnostics, atmospheric pollution monitoring, high-resolution spectrophotometers etc. The innovation of diode laser technology in atomic spectroscopy and its significance in various spectroscopic.   "Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy" by Halina Abramczyk is a thorough introduction to lasers and their applications in spectroscopy and studies of chemical, physical and medical processes. This book fills a void in the prior literature by providing a clear and thorough description of advanced ultrafast laser techniques, especially the theory.


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