Abstract

The laser Stark spectroscopy has been extensively used for the spectroscopic investigations of molecules because of its high sensitivity and applicability to the high resolution measurements. The scanning range of frequency of a laser Stark spectrometer, however, is limited by the maximum Stark field applied to molecules.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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