Abstract

The stationary second-order spectrum of the resonance-fluorescence light from a vibronic system is studied in a nonperturbative manner. In the model used the potential energy surfaces for the vibrational motion in the electronic ground state and in the excited state are assumed to be displaced and distorted relative to each other. The calculations are performed for the case when the frequency of the driving laser field is tuned to the vibrationless electronic transition. In particular, in the high-driving-field limit the vibrationless transition exhibits a triplet structure, the sidebands being narrower and higher in comparison with the well-known two-level case. The Raman lines are shifted and split into doublets, the linewidths being determined by the electronic as well as the vibrational relaxation rates.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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