Abstract

We report the use of frequency-modulation spectroscopy with a Nd:YAG-pumped dye laser of 5-nsec pulse duration. In spite of the fact that the dye laser is not transform limited and has 30% peak-to-peak intensity fluctuations, we are easily able to measure absorptions as small as 2%.

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