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Laser Excitation of Polarization Waves in a Frozen Gas

@article{Celli1999LaserEO,
  title={Laser Excitation of Polarization Waves in a Frozen Gas},
  author={Vittorio Celli and J. S. Frasier},
  journal={arXiv: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks},
  year={1999}
}
  • V. CelliJ. Frasier
  • Published 16 August 1999
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks
Laser experiments with optically excited frozen gases entail the excitation of polarization waves. In a continuum approximation the waves are dispersionless, but their frequency depends on the direction of the propagation vector. An outline is given of the theory of transient phenomena that involve the excitation of these waves by a resonant dipole-dipole transfer process. 
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In this thesis are presented analytical results and numerical simulations concerning resonant processes in a frozen gas. This work was begun with the intent of modeling experiments involving energy

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This result can also be obtained from Eqs. (12) and (15). Note that the limit U → 0

  • This result can also be obtained from Eqs. (12) and (15). Note that the limit U → 0