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By Martin R. S. McCoustra (auth.), David L. Andrews, Andrey A. Demidov (eds.)

In the recent variation the editors have preserved the elemental thought and constitution, with the involvement of a few new authors - all well-known specialists in laser spectroscopy. every one bankruptcy addresses a unique strategy, offering a evaluation and research of the present prestige, and reporting a few of the most recent achievements. With the major formulation and strategies distinctive in lots of sections, this article represents a achievable guide of its topic. it is going to be a beneficial software either for experts to maintain abreast of advancements and for rookies to the sector wanting an obtainable creation to express tools of laser spectroscopy - and likewise as a source for basic references.

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McCOUSTRA 26 By choosing a material in which the binding energy is small, electrons can be emitted at all wavelengths shorter than ca. 1000 Dffi. Such materials can then be used as the photoemissive cathode or photocathode in a PMT. I 15 O~--~--~--~--~~~~~--~--~ 100 200 300 400 500 600 Wavelength / om 700 800 900 Figure J 6. Typical response curves for 52 mm diameter photomultipliers. ] of the alkali metals or alkali metals alloys with antimony. For example, the Sll photocathode is caesium antimonide (CsSb), the S20 trialkali photocathode is (NaKCs)Sb and the bialkali photocathode can be (KCs)Sb or (RbCs)Sb for normal temperature operation or (NaK)Sb for high temperature operation.

For a lens of focal length f, the pth fringe is found to have a diameter, D, ( D=2f 2- P: ) 1/2 By sampling the fringe pattern in an appropriate manner, the laser wavelength can be estimated from the measured fringe diameter and the physical parameters of the device, f and d. Comparison of an unknown laser wavelength with that of a reference is thus easy, provided that the two wavelengths share the same integral component of p. e. ld), of the Fabry-Perot interferometer, but not so for distinctly different wavelengths.

Lv and I1v can be considered to be the laser bandwidth in appropriate units. g. 05 cm- I . The actual resolving power of a particular instrument depends on the dispersive element employed. For a prism monochromator, it can be shown that where g is the length of the prism base and dnldA is the dispersion of the prism material. Clearly to increase R, the size of the prism and/or the dispersion of the prism material can be increased. The latter increase occurs 1. Sources and Instrumentation for Laser Spectroscopy 37 near the absorption edge of the material; thus silica is ideal in the 180- 350 nm region while glass is more appropriate to the red of this region.

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