M I Savadatti
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 16 Issue 4 April 1981 pp 327-332 Spectroscopy
Rotational analysis of (4–6), (5–7) bands of CN (
Volume 21 Issue 1 July 1983 pp 29-33 Molecular Physics
A method using successive approximation is developed for determining the rotational temperatures, when the rotational lines are overlapped. The method is applied to CH (
Volume 31 Issue 3 September 1988 pp 205-214 Molecular Physics
The nitrogen laser pumped dye laser output has been studied with emphasis on the behaviour of amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) with respect to the tuning wavelength, pump energy, dyes and their concentration and solvents. Spectral spread of ASE is narrower than fluorescence and its maximum is shifted towards the red side. However, lasing occurs beyond the ASE region. ASE is small at high gain wavelength and increases at the edges of the gain curve. Laser energy is highest at the ASE peak with minimum ASE present in the output. ASE is reduced with increased laser energy in the energy transfer dye lasers.
Volume 35 Issue 2 August 1990 pp 137-139
Emission spectra of BH(
Volume 36 Issue 4 April 1991 pp 429-434 Research Articles
Phosphorescence decay of 3-(2′-N-methylbenzimidazolyl)-7-N, N-diethylaminocoumarin; 2,3,5,6-1H, 4H-tetrahydro-8-methylquinolizino-〈9, 9a, 1-gh〉 coumarin; 2,3,5,6-1H, 4H-tetrahydro-8-trifluormethylquinolizino-〈9,9a,1-gh〉 coumarin; 9(10H)-acridone; 9-aminocridine hydrochloride, 1-hydrate and 2-(4-biphenylyl)-5-(4-t-butylphenyl)-1,3, 4-oxadiazole dyes in EPA glass at 77 K have been recorded using N2 laser. The results were used to determine lifetimes. Emission intensities from the first two dyes have been examined in relation to dye concentration and excitation intensity. The results are discussed.
Volume 36 Issue 6 June 1991 pp 639-645
Triplet-singlet energy transfer in laser dyes have been studied in EPA at 77K using N2 laser as an excitation source. Phosphorescence of the donor (D) and the delayed fluorescence of the acceptor (A) and their lifetimes have been measured for coumarin 102 (D)-rhodamine B(A) and 9(10H)-acridone (D)-rhodamine 6G(A) dye systems as a function of acceptor concentration. These data yield energy transfer rate constants of ∼103 dm3 mol−1 s−1 for the donor acceptor combinations, consistent with the Forster mechanism. The phosphorescence quantum efficiency and other spectral parameters are also reported.
Volume 37 Issue 4 October 1991 pp 353-356
Three pairs of dyes which operate as efficient energy transfer dye lasers in ethanol have been investigated to understand the dominant energy transfer mechanisms taking place in them. Special attention is given to the experimental configuration which is expected to influence the energy transfer rate constants over an order of magnitude or two. Fluorescence lifetimes have also been studied using time correlated single photon counting technique. It is found that apart from the excitation source and the concentration of dyes, the experimental configuration has a crucial role to play in determining the dominant energy transfer mechanism.
Volume 45 Issue 3 September 1995 pp 279-290
The time-resolved laser emission of coumarin 102 was investigated in various aprotic and protic solvents at picosecond resolution by frequency upconversion technique. The spectral shift of the transient emission spectrum is attributed to solvent reorientation and the results are discussed.
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