Abstract

Although there are many possibilities of forming inverted populations by chemical reactions, few studies of actual inversions have been reported. The known examples are gas phase reactions, and generally the inversions are most pronounced at low pressures and involve reactions with atomic species.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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