Stokes line


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Stokes line

[′stōks ‚līn]
(spectroscopy)
A spectrum line in luminescent radiation whose wavelength is greater than that of the radiation which excited the luminescence, and thus obeys Stokes' law.
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The Brillouin Stokes line showed up in interferograms with smaller frequencies (at smaller radii of curvature) than the laser line, as shown in Figure 1.
My new idea was that because of the Stokes frequency shift, this Brillouin Stokes line could experience unsaturated gain in the inhomogeneously broadened ruby laser.
Many orders of Stokes emission simultaneously resonate in a coherent lasing fashion under the acoustic coupling of SBS in the presence of coherent Rayleigh scattered random feedback, which acts as an optical filter with the highest reflection coefficient for the lowest order longitudinal mode of each Stokes line, ensuring single longitudinal mode operation [27].
Hibs still hope to see Stokes line up for them in the Premiership after Lithuanian striker Deivydas Matulevicius made his debut off the bench at the Indodrill Stadium.
The Stokes matrices of M describe how the isomorphism (5.3) changes when [theta] crosses a Stokes line.
The Stokes lines [L.sub.i], defined as the limit tangent half-lines to [l.sub.i] at 0, are invariant by isomorphism.
This proves that the Stokes lines are encoded in H.
which is called the Stokes line. Substituting z = [square root of k] (ax + b) into Equation (24), and denoting the following function:
The integral path [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Equation (33) comes from the constant term "2" in Equation (24), and is related to the intersection points between the Stokes line [iota](ax + b) and [phi] SDP(p).
From Stokes line formula Equation (26), after substituting z = ax + b on the complex plane, we can see ([x.sub.0],0) = (- b/a, 0) is the intersection point between the Stokes line [iota](z) and the real x axis.
the final state is more energetic than the initial state then the emitted photon of a higher wavelength will generates a Stokes line. If the molecule loses energy, the emitted photon of a lower wavelength will generates an anti-Stokes line.
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