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content material: historic evaluation of spectral reports : from sun to lasers / B.A. Paldus and R.N. Zare --
advent to cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Kenneth W. Busch and Marianna A. Busch --
advent to optical cavities / Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin, and Marianna A. Busch --
Mode formation in optical cavities / Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin, and Marianna A. Busch --
Absorption spectroscopies : from early beginnings to cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / B.A. Paldus and R.N. Zare --
Cavity-ringdown laser spectroscopy background, improvement, and functions / A. O'Keefe, J.J. Scherer, J.B. Paul, and R.J. Saykally --
Quantitative absorption measurements utilizing cavity-ringdown spectroscopy with pulsed lasers / J. Patrick Looney, Joseph T. Hodges, and Roger D. van Zee --
Dispersion and cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Kevin ok. Lehmann --
Cavity-ringdown spectroscopy as opposed to intra-cavity laser absorption / Daniele Romanini --
Fourier rework and polarization established cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Richard Engeln, Giel Berden, and Gerard Meijer --
Infrared cavity-ringdown laser absorption spectroscopy of temporary species in pulsed supersonic expansions / J.B. Paul, R.A. Provencal, C. Chapo, E. Michael, A. Pettersson, and R.J. Saykally --
Cavity-ringdown laser absorption spectroscopy of polyatomic radicals in low strain / J.J. Scherer, K.W. Aniolek, and D.J. Rakestraw --
Kinetic reports of fragrant radical reactions via cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / J. Park and M.C. Lin --
Cavity-ringdown tools for learning intramolecular and intermodular dynamics / Fredrick C. Hagemeister, Caleb A. Arrington, Brent J. Giles, Bobby Quimpo, Limin Zhang, and Timothy S. Zwier --
utilizing FM tools with molecules in a excessive finesse hollow space: a confirmed route to <10⁻¹² absorption sensitivity / Jun Ye, Long-Sheng Ma, and John L. Hall.

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. Chapter 4 Mode Formation in Optical Cavities 1 Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin , and Marianna A. Busch Department of Chemistry, Baylor University, Waco, TX 76798-7348 Longitudinal mode formation in optical cavities is introduced with a discussion of the Fabry-Perot cavity. Transverse mode formation is discussed in terms of Hermite-Gaussian waves for cavities with rectangular cross-sectional symmetry and in terms of Laguerre-Gaussian waves for cavities with circular cross-sectional symmetry.

015 22 26 12 -9 -24 -24 -9 12 26 23 7 I—I J I 1—I—I 1 1—F 20 — 10 I— 0 -10 -20 -30 I J_ 5 L J I L 10 n Figure 6. Transverse ray displacement, r , versus the number of round-trips, n, in the cavity. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. 31 Table II. 452 Figure 7. 1 m. Since the resonator circles do not overlap, the cavity is unstable. Numbers indicate the number of round trips within the cavity. eventually leave the cavity after only a few round-trips. Notice in Figure 7 that the resonator circles do not intersect, indicating that the cavity is unstable.

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