In atomic physics literature, I read the term Raman laser beam. Where I could make sense of the statement even if it would have been simply a laser beam. I realize the mechanism of creating a Raman ...
I was going thru Ch7 of Foot and trying to fill in the gaps. However I got stuck on (7.14). So Foot was working with a two level system with a small perturbation in the Hamiltonian resulted from an ...
When we say Laser transverse modes. Is that mean what we will get at the output spot of laser beam ? secondly In practice , what TEM01 or TEMnm means ?
What exactly is the difference between 2-Level, 3-Level and 4-Level systems? Why can we not achieve stimulated emission in a two-level system using optical pumping?
In the case of stimulated emission we always see that one photon goes into the gain medium and two photons come out. How can this conserve energy?
I have read the paper Theoretical Study of Population Inversion in Graphene under Pulse Excitation. A. Satou, T. Otsuji and V. Ryzhii. Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 50 no. 7, pp. 070116-070116-4 (2011). ...
I am reading a book introducing basic concept of laser. It is pretty shocking to me that people can generate beam with almost all photons in the same state. In the book, it said that a two-level atoms ...
Can we make light slower by applying optical trapping (I mean applying laser beam to lower the speed of light)?