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ZEEMAN EFFECT STUDIES OF THE WATER‐VAPOR LASER OSCILLATING ON THE 118.65 μm TRANSITION
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6.We have also estimated the effects on of higher order terms in the electric field and of collisional redistribution of the molecules among the magnetic sublevels Possible effects due to competition with other lasing transitions2 were eliminated by recording our data when only the 118.65‐μm line was oscillating.
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