Inverted crossover resonance within one Zeeman manifold

@article{Salter2016InvertedCR,
  title={Inverted crossover resonance within one Zeeman manifold},
  author={Liam Salter and Emeric de Clercq and John J. McFerran},
  journal={Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={50}
}
We carry out investigations of inverted crossover resonances (ICRs) in π-driven four-level systems where Δ F can be zero. Through the use of sub-Doppler frequency modulation spectroscopy of the ( 6 s 2 ) 1 S 0 − ( 6 s 6 p ) 3 P 1 transition in 171Yb the resonance becomes manifest. The centre frequency is inherently insensitive to first-order Zeeman shifts and equates to the two-level resonance frequency in the absence of a magnetic field. A rate equation model is used to help validate the… 
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Inverted crossover resonances with ΔF=0 or 1 inverted crossover resonances with the intercombination line of 171Yb

  • J. McFerranE. de Clercq
  • Physics
    2017 Joint Conference of the European Frequency and Time Forum and IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (EFTF/IFC)
  • 2017
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Hyperfine constants and line separations for the S01−P13 intercombination line in neutral ytterbium with sub-Doppler resolution

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