Cavity-enhanced rotational Raman scattering in gases using a 20  mW near-infrared fiber laser.

@article{Friss2016CavityenhancedRR,
  title={Cavity-enhanced rotational Raman scattering in gases using a 20  mW near-infrared fiber laser.},
  author={Adam J. Friss and Christopher M. Limbach and Azer P. Yalin},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={41 14},
  pages={3193-6}
}
A novel cavity-enhanced laser diagnostic has been developed to perform point measurements of spontaneous rotational Raman scattering. A narrow linewidth fiber laser source (1064 nm) is frequency locked to a high-finesse cavity containing the sample gas. Intracavity powers of 22 W are generated from 3.7 mW of incident laser power, corresponding to a buildup… CONTINUE READING