Abstract

Using the model of displaced potential energy surfaces, we studied the spectrum of the resonance fluorescence light from vibronic systems. In this model, equal vibrational frequencies in the two electronic quantum states allow many vibronic transitions to be in resonance with a monochromatic driving laser field tuned to the electronic transition frequency. Level splittings in the strong-field case give rise to a multiple-line spectrum of the scattered light. In particular, the Rayleigh component consists of a superimposed series of triplets, whereas the Raman part is built up by superimposed quadruplets.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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