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  1. D. Bloch and M. Ducloy, “Theory of saturated line shapes in phase-conjugate emission by resonant degenerate four-wave mixing in Doppler-broadened three-level systems,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 73, 635–646 (1983).
    [Crossref]
  2. M. Ducloy and D. Bloch, “Resonant phase conjugation as a saturated absorption process induced by a spatially modulated pump beam: application to strong-field line-shape studies,” Opt. Commun. 47, 351–353 (1983).
    [Crossref]
  3. Figures 6 and 7 of Ref. 1 are not strongly modified. However, let us note that, in Fig. 6, the scale reduction factor should be 2 (instead of 4) in the B line shape for S= 20. The splitting of the intensity line shape appears actually for SB 0.65, and, for infinite backward saturation, one finds that the maximum value of |χNL/χ(3)(0)|2 is 0.62SB−1 for δ= 0.65ΩB.

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D. Bloch and M. Ducloy, “Theory of saturated line shapes in phase-conjugate emission by resonant degenerate four-wave mixing in Doppler-broadened three-level systems,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 73, 635–646 (1983).
[Crossref]

M. Ducloy and D. Bloch, “Resonant phase conjugation as a saturated absorption process induced by a spatially modulated pump beam: application to strong-field line-shape studies,” Opt. Commun. 47, 351–353 (1983).
[Crossref]

Bloch, D.

M. Ducloy and D. Bloch, “Resonant phase conjugation as a saturated absorption process induced by a spatially modulated pump beam: application to strong-field line-shape studies,” Opt. Commun. 47, 351–353 (1983).
[Crossref]

D. Bloch and M. Ducloy, “Theory of saturated line shapes in phase-conjugate emission by resonant degenerate four-wave mixing in Doppler-broadened three-level systems,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 73, 635–646 (1983).
[Crossref]

Ducloy, M.

D. Bloch and M. Ducloy, “Theory of saturated line shapes in phase-conjugate emission by resonant degenerate four-wave mixing in Doppler-broadened three-level systems,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 73, 635–646 (1983).
[Crossref]

M. Ducloy and D. Bloch, “Resonant phase conjugation as a saturated absorption process induced by a spatially modulated pump beam: application to strong-field line-shape studies,” Opt. Commun. 47, 351–353 (1983).
[Crossref]

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M. Ducloy and D. Bloch, “Resonant phase conjugation as a saturated absorption process induced by a spatially modulated pump beam: application to strong-field line-shape studies,” Opt. Commun. 47, 351–353 (1983).
[Crossref]

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Figures 6 and 7 of Ref. 1 are not strongly modified. However, let us note that, in Fig. 6, the scale reduction factor should be 2 (instead of 4) in the B line shape for S= 20. The splitting of the intensity line shape appears actually for SB 0.65, and, for infinite backward saturation, one finds that the maximum value of |χNL/χ(3)(0)|2 is 0.62SB−1 for δ= 0.65ΩB.

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Fig. 3

Theoretical absorption and dispersion line shapes for various backward-saturation parameters.

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Absorption and dispersion line shapes for intense backward saturation.

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β c b ( 0 ) = - i Ω F Ω B Ω P 8 π k u × { 1 F 1 * F 2 * + S B γ γ c b 4 [ n b c S B F 1 * 8 γ c b ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 + n b c γ S B F 2 * 8 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 + n b a ( 1 + S B - 1 ) F 2 * 2 γ b 1 + S B + n b c ( 1 - 1 + S B ) 3 8 ( 1 + S B ) + n b c γ S B 8 γ b ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 + n b c γ γ c b S B ( 1 + S B - 1 ) 4 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) - n b a ( 1 - 1 + S B ) 2 4 1 + S B ] + 1 F 1 F 2 + S B γ γ c b 4 [ n b c S B F 1 8 γ c b ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 + n b c γ S B F 2 8 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 - n b a ( 1 + S B + 1 ) F 2 2 γ b 1 + S B + n b c S B ( 1 + S B - 1 ) 8 ( 1 + S B ) + n b c γ S B 8 γ b ( 1 + S B ) 3 / 2 - n b c γ γ c b S B ( 1 + S B + 1 ) 4 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) + n b a S B 4 1 + S B ] + n b c ( 2 F 1 * + F 2 * ) ( F 1 * F 2 * + S B γ γ c b 4 ) 2 [ F 1 * ( 1 + S B - 1 ) 3 8 ( 1 + S B ) + F 2 * γ γ c b S B ( 1 - 1 + S B ) 8 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) + S B γ γ c b ( 1 - 1 + S B ) 2 8 γ b ( 1 + S B ) ] + n b c ( 2 F 1 + F 2 ) ( F 1 F 2 + S B γ γ c b 4 ) 2 [ F 1 S B ( 1 - 1 + S B ) 8 ( 1 + S B ) + F 2 γ γ c b S B ( 1 + 1 + S B ) 8 γ b 2 ( 1 + S B ) - γ γ c b S B 2 8 γ b ( 1 + S B ) ] } .
χ NL γ χ ( 3 ) ( 0 ) 7 Ω B + 8 i δ ( 3 Ω B + 4 i δ ) 2 - c . c . ,