spectroscopy, Lamb dip, pure ion plasma, computer modeling, magnesium
The use of the Lamb dip as a technique for precision spectroscopy in a non-neutral plasma is explored through computer modeling. Using singly ionized magnesium as the ion and under typical pure ion plasma conditions, the measurement appears to be feasible. Under the conditions calculated here, the Lamb dip is only 4% wider than the natural linewidth of the transition.
Original Publication Citation
Barnes, P. N. and G. W. Hart. "Precision spectroscopy using the Lamb dip in a pure ion plasma." Review of Scientific Instruments 64 (1993): 579-58.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barnes, P. N. and Hart, Grant W., "Precision spectroscopy using the Lamb dip in a pure ion plasma" (1993). All Faculty Publications. 710.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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