Performance of a Pulsed Tunable Nonlinear-Optical Coherent Ultraviolet Light Source, Verified by Sub-Doppler Two-Photon Spectroscopy of Krypton
A minimal-chirp nanosecond-pulsed nonlinear-optical system generates tunable coherent ultraviolet light at ~212.5 nm. Its frequency stability and optical bandwidth are verified by means of novel sub-Doppler coherent heterodyne-assisted two-photon spectroscopy of krypton.
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