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In-Source High-Resolution Spectroscopy Using an Integrated Tunable Raman Laser

Portrait of Todd Eliason, speaker
Todd Eliason
Graduate Student, Department of Chemistry
University of Georgia
iSTEM Building 2, Room 1218
Physical Seminar

Raman Spectroscopy is a powerful technique that can probe states not visible in absorption spectroscopy. One limitation for the resolution of a stimulated Raman scattering experiment is the linewidth of the stokes pump. This proposed method uses a diamond based Fabry-Perot Cavity to generate a narrow linewidth stokes pump leading to increased resolution. Then this laser is used to perform spectroscopy in an Ion-Trap to observe sub-doppler measurements in atomic transitions.

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