Temporal dynamics of stimulated emission with applications in nuclear quantum optics

@article{Reichegger2015TemporalDO,
  title={Temporal dynamics of stimulated emission with applications in nuclear quantum optics},
  author={Andreas Josef Reichegger and J{\"o}rg Evers},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={053810}
}
The temporal dynamics of stimulated emission is studied, with the particular emphasis on stimulated emission induced by x-ray pulses interacting with nuclei. In typical nuclear forward scattering experiments, the short incident x-ray pulse is accompanied by a huge number of off-resonant background photons. This prompts the question, if stimulated emission can be observed in the delayed nuclear scattering signal which is emitted after the incident pulse has passed. We find that the stimulated… 
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