For authors
Submission status

Archive (English)
   Volumes 41-62
   Volumes 21-40
   Volumes 1-20
      Volume 20
      Volume 19
      Volume 18
      Volume 17
      Volume 16
      Volume 15
      Volume 14
      Volume 13
      Volume 12
      Volume 11
      Volume 10
      Volume 9
      Volume 8
      Volume 7
      Volume 6
      Volume 5
      Volume 4
      Volume 3
      Volume 2
      Volume 1
VOLUME 20 (1974) | ISSUE 2 | PAGE 139
Investigation of the mechanism of broadening of resonance lines in ruby by the photon echo method
From an analysis of the experimental dependence of the photon echo on the polarization, contour, and propagation directions of the exciting pulses, on the intensity of the constant magnetic field, and on the time τ between the pulses, it is found that the decisive contribution to the damping of the echo in the ruby, at a Cr3+ ion concentration ~0.1 at.%, is made by magnetic dipole-dipole interactions. It is established that this damping is determined by the exponential — exp(—A Vt), where A is a damping constant corresponding to the magnetic dipole-dipole interactions.