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Title: Anomalous profile of a self-reversed resonance line from Ba+ in a laser produced plasma from YBa2Cu307
Authors: Riju, C Issac
Harilal, S S
Bindhu, C V
Geetha K, Varier
Nampoori, V P N
Vallabhan, C P G
Technology
Keywords: Laser produced plasma
Plasma spectroscopy
Time-resolved spectroscopy
Self-absorption
Self-reversal
Resonance fluorescence
Resonance scattering
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: A laser produced plasma from the multielement solid target YBa2Cu3O7 is generated using 1.06 μm, 9 ns pulses from a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser in air at atmospheric pressure. A time resolved analysis of the profile of the 4554.03 Å resonance line emission from Ba II at various laser power densities has been carried out. It has been found that the line has a profile which is strongly self-reversed. It is also observed that at laser power densities equal to or exceeding 1.6×1011 W cm−2, a third peak begins to develop at the centre of the self-reversed profile and this has been interpreted as due to the anisotropic resonance scattering (fluorescence). The number densities of singly ionized barium ions evaluated from the width of the resonance line as a function of time delay with respect to the beginning of the laser pulse give typical values of the order of 1019 cm−3. The higher ion concentrations existing at smaller time delays are seen to decrease rapidly. The Ba II ions in the ground state resonantly absorb the radiation and this absorption is maximum around 120 ns after the laser pulse.
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2592
ISSN: 0584-8547
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