C P G Vallabhan
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 24 Issue 4 April 1985 pp 601-610 Spectroscopy
The method of preparation of electroluminescent (
Volume 33 Issue 5 November 1989 pp 1- Rapid Communications
Absorption spectra of formaldehyde molecule in the gas phase have been recorded using photoacoustic (PA) technique with pulsed dye laser at various power levels. The spectral profiles at higher power levels are found to be different from that obtained at lower laser powers. Two photon absorption (TPA) is found to be responsible for the photoacoustic signal at higher laser power while the absorption at lower laser power level is attributed to one photon absorption (OPA) process. Probable assignments for the different transitions are given in this paper.
Volume 34 Issue 6 June 1990 pp 585-590
Experimental method for measuring photoacoustic(PA) signals generated by a pulsed laser beam in liquids is described. The pulsed PA technique is found to be a convenient and accurate method for determination of quantum yield in fluorescent dye solutions. Concentration dependence of quantum yield of rhodamine 6G in water is studied using the above method. The results indicate that the quantum yield decreases with increase in concentration in the quenching region in agreement with the existing reports based on radiometric measurements.
Volume 36 Issue 4 April 1991 pp 423-427 Research Articles
Observation of laser induced two-photon photoemission optogalvanic (TPPOG) effect from tungsten electrode in a discharge cell using 564 nm radiation obtained from a pulsed dye laser is described. The magnitude of the POG signal is studied as a function of laser energy under various discharge parameters. Competition between one-photon and two-photon processes has been observed when nitrogen gas is used in the discharge cell.
Volume 37 Issue 4 October 1991 pp 345-351
The acoustic signals generated in solids due to interaction with pulsed laser beam is used to determine the ablation threshold of bulk polymer samples of teflon (polytetrafluoroethylene) and nylon under the irradiation from a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser at 1.06
Volume 38 Issue 6 June 1992 pp 673-679 Research Articles
Asymmetry in the intensities between backward and forward stimulated Raman scattered radiations (BSRS and FSRS respectively) in acetone is investigated in the presence of a fluorescing impurity (rhodamine 6G). In the case of pure acetone above a threshold pump power, BSRS becomes more intense than FSRS. On the other hand intensity of BSRS decreases with concentration of the fluorophore in solution, while that of FSRS is found to increase. It is observed that absorption saturation also affects the asymmetry between FSRS and BSRS.
Volume 40 Issue 2 February 1993 pp 113-118
Doppler limited high resolution spectrum in the wavelength region 17224 to 17236 cm−1 of the first positive system (
Volume 42 Issue 3 March 1994 pp 231-237
High resolution optogalvanic spectrum of the (11, 7) band in the first positive system of nitrogen molecule has been recorded from 17179 to 17376 cm−1. Assignment of 432 rotational lines belonging to the 27 branches of this band has been carried out.
Volume 42 Issue 5 May 1994 pp 427-433
The changes in emission characteristics of a neon hollow cathode discharge by resonant laser excitation of 1
Volume 43 Issue 5 November 1994 pp 401-406
A simple method based on laser beam deflection to study the variation of diffusion coefficient with concentration in a solution is presented. When a properly fanned out laser beam is passed through a rectangular cell filled with solution having concentration gradient, the emergent beam traces out a curved pattern on a screen. By taking measurements on the pattern at different concentrations, the variation of diffusion coefficient with concentration can be determined.
Volume 44 Issue 3 March 1995 pp 225-229
Thermal lens signals in solutions of rhodamine B laser dye in methanol are measured using the dual beam pump-probe technique. The nature of variations of signal strength with concentration is found to be different for 514 and 488 nm Ar+ laser excitations. However, both the pump wavelengths produce an oscillatory type variation of thermal lens signal amplitude with the concentration of the dye solution. Probable reasons for this peculiar behaviour (which is absent in the case of fluorescent intensity) are mentioned.
Volume 44 Issue 3 March 1995 pp 231-235
Pulsed photoacoustic measurements have been carried out in toluene at 532 nm wavelength using a Q-switched frequency doubled Nd:YAG laser. The variation of photoacoustic signal amplitude with incident laser power indicates that at lower laser powers one photon absorption takes place at this wavelength while a clear two photon absorption occurs in this liquid at higher laser powers. The studies made here demonstrate that pulsed photoacoustic technique is simple and effective for the investigation of multiphoton processes in liquids.
Volume 46 Issue 2 February 1996 pp 145-151
Analysis of the emission bands of the CN molecules in the plasma generated from a graphite target irradiated with 1.06 µm radiation pulses from a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser has been done. Depending on the position of the sampled volume of the plasma plume, the intensity distribution in the emission spectra is found to change drastically. The vibrational temperature and population distribution in the different vibrational levels have been studied as function of distance from the target for different time delays with respect to the incidence of the laser pulse. The translational temperature calculated from time of flight is found to be higher than the observed vibrational temperature for CN molecules and the reason for this is explained.
Volume 49 Issue 3 September 1997 pp 317-322
Time resolved optical emission spectroscopy is employed to study the expansion dynamics of C2 species in a graphite plasma produced during the Nd : YAG ablation. At low laser fluences a single peak distribution with low kinetic energy is observed. At higher fluences a twin peak distribution is found. It has been noted that these double peak time of flight distribution splits into a triple peak structure at distances ≥17mm from the target surface. The reason for the occurrence of multiple peak is due to different formation mechanisms of C2 species.
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