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Fluorescence-detected ultrafast free-induction decay in powered rare earth solids.

Luo, Q. and Dai, D.C. and Yu, X.Y. and Qiu, Z.R. and Zhou, J.Y. and Yan, C.H. and Chen, Z.D. (2000) 'Fluorescence-detected ultrafast free-induction decay in powered rare earth solids.', Chinese physics letters., 17 (2). pp. 101-103.


Fluorescence interferometry is developed and applied to study ultrafast amplitude and phase dynamics for free-induction decay in powdered rare earth solids. The time-resolved phase dynamics of free-induction decay through-out the decaying process is accurately determined by using a novel dual-channel correlation technique and subpi-cosecond dephasing time is measured for Nd3+ solids at room temperature. The phase dynamics is well simulated with linear coherent polarization theory

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