Abstract

Saturation spectroscopy with resonance-ionization mass spectrometry detection was used to obtain Doppler-free spectra of the D23/2°D23/2 transition of lutetium at 22 125 cm−1 in unenriched, naturally occurring samples. Analysis of the spectra yielded the hyperf ine coupling constants of 175Lu and 176Lu for this transition. Applications to isotopically selective photoionization and large-ratio isotopic analysis are discussed.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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