Sökning: "electric- and magnetic-dipole transitions"
Hittade 4 avhandlingar innehållade orden electric- and magnetic-dipole transitions.
Sammanfattning : The author of this thesis concentrates his attention on quantum optical properties of some artificial electromagnetic media, such as quantum coherent atomic vapors (various multilevel electromagnetically induced transparency vapors) and negative refractive index materials, and suggests some possible ways to manipulate wave propagations inside the artificial electromagnetic materials based on quantum coherence and quantum vacuum effects. In Chapters 1 and 2, the author reviews the previous papers on quantum coherence as well as the relevant work such as electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT), atomic population trapping and their various applications. LÄS MER
2. Negative ion experiments at DESIREE : Photodetatchment studies of transitions and lifetimes of excited states of Ir-
Sammanfattning : In this thesis I present measurements using laser photodetachment to investigate negative ions of iridium produced in a cesium sputter ion source and stored in the cryogenic storage ring, DESIREE. The ions are photodetached by either a tunable OPO laser system or a tunable narrow bandwidth Titanium Sapphire laser. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Atomic structure and collision properties of ionised atoms have been studied usingcollision-based spectroscopy and fast ion beam-laser spectroscopy.Collision induced photon emission spectra of Xe VI, Xe VII and Xe VIII andthe potassium like metal ions Mn VII, Fe VIII and Co IX have been recorded with a beam of multiply charged ions from an ECR (electron cyclotron resonance) ion source passing through an atomic target. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The Zeeman interaction in low-dimensional III-V semiconductor nanostructures is studied. The effective g-value of bulk InGaAs is measured by two different spin resonance techniques. Experimental conditions were found to control the Overhauser effect, thus enabling a highly accurate determination of the g-value, g* = -4.070 ± 0. LÄS MER