Abstract

The results of a study of molecular oxygen by magnetic rotation spectroscopy are presented. The experiment is based on the use of a semiconductor diode laser operating near room temperature at λ=762 nm. The dependence of the signal on a variety of parameters including magnetic-field strength, oxygen pressure, and analyzing polarizer offset angle is investigated both theoretically and experimentally.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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