Abstract

Experiments show that under certain conditions, long-wavelength radiation can be strongly coupled to the nucleus. Additional experiments demonstrate the utility of this effect as a powerful tool for nuclear spectroscopy and show how tunable subangstrom radiation can be produced. Future experiments and applications are discussed.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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