By L. A. Shelepin (auth.), N. G. Basov (eds.)
This anthology is dedicated to the theoretical and experimental examine of coherent phenom ena in quantum optics. massive consciousness is dedicated to the research of cooperative results in multilevel molecular and atomic platforms. The theoretical research is predicated on a unmarried method, utilizing the speculation of teams, which makes it attainable to give the consequences in a compact and bodily based shape. the result of an in depth experimental and theoretical research of the photon echo, self-induced transparency, and nutation are offered. the idea of a coherent resonant mechanism for the interplay of laser radiation with multi atomic molecules which motives "prompt" dissociation is gifted. a couple of utilized pos sibilities, particularly, the keep an eye on of radiation through laser gentle and laser isotope separation, are analyzed. v CONTENTS Coherent Physics and Its purposes. • . . • • . . • . . . . . . . . . . • • • • . . . • . . . . 1 L. A. Shelepin Superradiance results in Molecular structures. . . . . • . . . . . . • . . • • • . . • . . . 19 • . . I. M. Lizin, T. M. Makhviladze, and L. A. Shelepin Coherence and Radiation regulate in Multilevel structures . . . . • • • • • • . . • • . . . . 35 • V. P. Kudrya, T. M. Makhviladze, 1. G. Sinitsyn, and L. A. Shelepin distinction equipment and Their position within the thought of Coherent Phenomena. . . . • . . fifty three V. P. Karasev and L. A. Shelepin A research of the Coherent interplay of Pulsed Infrared Radiation with Molecular Gases. . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . • • . . • . . . . 89 . . . . . . . . • S. S.
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LIZIN, T. M. MAKHVILADZE, AND L. A. SHELEPIN Substituting Eq. 12)d2~j=;-;(r/)"+Il;-;0n'" we find that for t- Tl the induced signal is 1= '(N [ A. SHELEPIN finite differences. However, this relationship has not been studied sufficiently. In general, the role of difference methods is underestimated in physics as a whole, not only as applied to coherent phenomena. Thus, they are discussed rather broadly here. In Section 1 we consider the use of second-quantization operators and consider their dual nature, and in Sections 2-4 we discuss finite-difference methods and their relation to the methods of mathematical physics, in particular, groups.
A. SHELEPIN finite differences. However, this relationship has not been studied sufficiently. In general, the role of difference methods is underestimated in physics as a whole, not only as applied to coherent phenomena. Thus, they are discussed rather broadly here. In Section 1 we consider the use of second-quantization operators and consider their dual nature, and in Sections 2-4 we discuss finite-difference methods and their relation to the methods of mathematical physics, in particular, groups.