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Electron excitation, and inhibition with EIT/CPT?

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jaketodd
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Jan8-13, 07:50 PM
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It it being debated whether Electromagnetically Induced Transparency (EIT)/Coherent Population Trapping (CPT) can stop a molecule from gaining an electron.

I want now, in this thread, to turn to the possibility of creating transparency/trapping in a molecule that would either suppress electrons (already in the molecule) from gaining energy to a more excited state, or make it so they cannot lose a certain amount of energy to a less excited state. Your thoughts please, and does this diagram apply as an example of the energies required for these phenomena?

Thanks,

Jake
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