Abstract

Fully resolved pure-spin Raman transitions near 2 cm−1 have been observed in 3Σg ground-state molecular oxygen using stimulated Raman techniques. Anomalous differences between polarized and depolarized spectra are fully explained in terms of optical Stark effects.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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