Abstract

Using an iodine-vapor cell and a single-mode argon–ion laser, we have constructed a spectrometer for low-shifted light scattering, which has resolution better than 0.3 GHz (0.01 cm−1). A method has been proposed to deconvolute the spectra.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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