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It is shown experimentally that one can image an object embedded in a turbid medium by probing the medium with light with a rotating linear polarization. This method permits the ballistic photons to be isolated from the large background of photons that have been multiply scattered by optically dense anisotropic scatterers. This technique achieves a good… (More)
Simultaneous and independent lasing on two different atomic lines is achieved with spatial resolution of laser eigenstates in conjunction with intracavity frequency selection. A sensitivity of 0.3 part in 10(6) meter in the differential detection of methane in 1 atm of air is experimentally demonstrated with this novel dual-wavelength laser. Monitoring the… (More)
The spatial resolution of laser eigenstates is applied to ring geometry. A bidirectional optical diode based on the Faraday effect and nonreciprocal intracavity losses is theoretically and experimentally investigated. This novel optical diode combined with spatial separation provides a biased gyro with no lock-in band.
We have isolated the magnetochiral refraction in Pasteur’s tartrates and deduced the associated magnetochiral absorption. The presence of a strong peak at 235 nm in the magnetochiral absorption spectrum of tartrates shows that Pasteur’s first attempt to induce chirality with a magnetic field could perhaps have succeeded, provided that a UV source was… (More)
Use of a twofold critical cavity is proposed to obtain a symmetrical saturated absorption peak on a symmetrical background. The experimental verification is performed on the CH(4)3.39-microm system. This geometry is expected to provide optical frequency standards with better reproducibility.
Frequency stabilization possibilities using mobile resonances are investigated. A stability measurement is given for two high power magnetic Lamb dip stabilized lasers. These mobile resonances lead to unmodulated frequency lasers with tunability possibilities interesting for continuous dye lasers.
Evanescent waves are ubiquitous at interfaces with optical, seismic or acoustic waves, and also with electron, neutron or atom beams. Newton was the first to suspect that both small time delays and spatial shifts exist during total internal reflection. However, these effects are so tiny that the spatial shifts were only observed in 1947 in optics, whereas… (More)
The amount of asymmetry of saturated-absorption peaks observed outside a cavity with two collinearly counter-propagating Gaussian beams is analyzed at different points in the cross section of the probe beam. Although the total beam exhibits a quasi-symmetric line shape, a spatial distribution of asymmetries with different amounts and signs is obtained… (More)