12 May 1998 Zeeman spectra of atomic iodine in a 0- to 400-gauss B field
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A high-resolution, continuously tunable 1.3 micrometers diode laser is used as a small signal probe to investigate the Zeeman spectra of atomic iodine. A heated quartz cell containing a small amount of I2 is placed in a 0 to 400 gauss B field transverse to the axis of the laser probe. Hyperfine spectral scans are recorded as a function of B- field strength and laser polarization and are compared to theory with very good agreement.
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Ralph F. Tate, Ralph F. Tate, Brian T. Anderson, Brian T. Anderson, Philip B. Keating, Philip B. Keating, Gordon D. Hager, Gordon D. Hager, } "Zeeman spectra of atomic iodine in a 0- to 400-gauss B field", Proc. SPIE 3268, Gas and Chemical Lasers and Intense Beam Applications, (12 May 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.308057; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.308057


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