Abstract

Electronically excited iodine atoms [I*(2P1/2)] are created when ICl is injected into a stream of chemically produced NCl(α1Δ). Using an optical double-resonance technique, we observed a population inversion between the 52P1/2 and 52P3/2 states of atomic iodine.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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