Electromagnetically induced transparency in acetylene molecules with counterpropagating beams in V and Lambda schemes
Light, P. S., Benabid, F., Pearce, G. J., Couny, F. and Bird, D. M., 2009. Electromagnetically induced transparency in acetylene molecules with counterpropagating beams in V and Lambda schemes. Applied Physics Letters, 94 (14), 141103.
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We report on the experimental observation of electromagnetically induced transparency in V and Lambda energy level schemes using counterpropagating coupling and probe beam geometry. The observation was achieved using an acetylene photonic microcell. The conditions required for this observation are explored theoretically, and we show that the use of counterpropagating beams in electromagnetically induced transparency may have applications as a spectroscopic technique where velocity discrimination is desirable.
|Creators||Light, P. S., Benabid, F., Pearce, G. J., Couny, F. and Bird, D. M.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||stark effect, self-induced transparency, organic compounds, molecular electronic states|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
Faculty of Science
|Research Centres||Centre for Photonics and Photonic Materials|
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