Abstract

Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) from a system that is both Raman active and infrared active has been investigated theoretically when a strong coherent resonant infrared light field, in addition to a pumping field, is applied. In the density matrix formulation, it is found that the gain function in steady state is redistributed as a result of the modulation on the populations and transition probabilities by the presence of the strong resonant field. The redistribution curve shows Rabi frequency splitting for the Stokes component and a new origin of anti-Stokes components of SRS that is anticipated in the present mechanism.

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