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The Long-Lived Photon Echo Response Locking Effect in the Presence of External Non-Resonant Laser Pulses with a Different Spatial Orientation

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The correlation of the inhomogeneous broadening of the resonance transition at different time intervals and the efficiency of long-lived photon echo response locking by the action of standing waves of non-resonant laser pulses are considered. It is shown that the long-lived photon echo response locking effect may be observed even at the angles of the relative orientation of the non-resonant standing wave laser pulses of less than one degree, due to the change in the correlation coefficient of inhomogeneous broadening at time intervals between the first and the second and after the third resonant laser pulses.

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L. Nefed’ev, E. Hakimzyanova and G. Garnaeva, "The Long-Lived Photon Echo Response Locking Effect in the Presence of External Non-Resonant Laser Pulses with a Different Spatial Orientation," Optics and Photonics Journal, Vol. 3 No. 7, 2013, pp. 360-363. doi: 10.4236/opj.2013.37056.

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