1 December 1984 Guest Editorial Laser Spectroscopy
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Abstract
That the laser has had an enormous impact on modern spectroscopy is history. However, this impact was long sequestered in academic pursuits, where a myriad of "new" light scattering phenomena were observed. Most of these were previously unobserved light scattering effects due to second- and third-order terms in molecular polarizability. Toward the end of the last decade, the field of laser spectroscopy reached a maturity, and numerous laser spectroscopic techniques began finding practical application.
Fred P. Milanovich, Stanley M. Klainer, "Guest Editorial Laser Spectroscopy," Optical Engineering 23(6), 236748 (1 December 1984). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973375
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