Abstract

The quantum-mechanical description of a two-level molecule interacting simultaneously with a strong laser field and a rf field of an arbitrary intensity is presented. The stationary intensity of the optical fluorescence is calculated. When the energy of 2n rf quanta is close to that of the Stark splitting, a reduction is predicted in the fluorescence intensity.

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