Level mixing induced transparency for gamma radiation
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The propagation of gamma radiation through a resonant medium in the case of interfering quantum transition paths is considered. The interference is made possible by a field that mixes the crossing spin levels in the excited nuclear state and splits two degenerate transitions into two V-type transitions. If forward resonant scattering allows for a change of the gamma radiation polarization, then the two V-transitions are coupled, which results in destructive interference. In this case the absorption is reduced in a particular frequency domain. © Springer-Verlag 2005.
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Shakhmuratov, R. N., Odeurs, J., Gheysen, S., Rostovtsev, Y., Kocharovskaya, O., & Mandel, P
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Shakhmuratov, RN||Odeurs, J||Gheysen, S||Rostovtsev, Y||Kocharovskaya, O||Mandel, P