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Measurement of the velocity distribution of sputtered Na atoms from NaCl by Doppler shift laser fluorescence
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7.Each peak is actually an overlap of three lines due to the smaller hyperfine splitting of the excited state.8
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9.Each theoretical distribution is the sum of six curves, corresponding to the six hyperfine lines and weighted by their strengths. refers to the strongest line, which fixes the entire comb.8
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