Abstract

Pressure shifts of +15 MHz/Torr were observed in 168–167 170-μm cw CH3OH optically pumped laser emission. The experiments were performed using a harmonic mixing technique in a Schottky diode. The results are explained in terms of a second-order dipole–dipole interaction in a statistical formulation.

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