15 May 1998 Sensitive sub-Doppler nonlinear spectroscopy for hyperfine-structure analysis using simple atomizers
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Laser wave-mixing spectroscopy is presented as a sub-Doppler method that offers not only high spectral resolution, but also excellent detection sensitivity. It offers spectral resolution suitable for hyperfine structure analysis and isotope ratio measurements. In a non-planar backward- scattering four-wave mixing optical configuration, two of the three input beams counter propagate and the Doppler broadening is minimized, and hence, spectral resolution is enhanced. Since the signal is a coherent beam, optical collection is efficient and signal detection is convenient. This simple multi-photon nonlinear laser method offers un usually sensitive detection limits that are suitable for trace-concentration isotope analysis using a few different types of simple analytical atomizers. Reliable measurement of hyperfine structures allows effective determination of isotope ratios for chemical analysis.
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Fritz K. Mickadeit, Fritz K. Mickadeit, Helen Kemp, Helen Kemp, Julia Schafer, Julia Schafer, William M. Tong, William M. Tong, } "Sensitive sub-Doppler nonlinear spectroscopy for hyperfine-structure analysis using simple atomizers", Proc. SPIE 3270, Methods for Ultrasensitive Detection, (15 May 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.308375; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.308375
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