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content material: historic evaluate of spectral reviews : from sun to lasers / B.A. Paldus and R.N. Zare --
advent to cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Kenneth W. Busch and Marianna A. Busch --
creation to optical cavities / Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin, and Marianna A. Busch --
Mode formation in optical cavities / Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin, and Marianna A. Busch --
Absorption spectroscopies : from early beginnings to cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / B.A. Paldus and R.N. Zare --
Cavity-ringdown laser spectroscopy heritage, improvement, and functions / A. O'Keefe, J.J. Scherer, J.B. Paul, and R.J. Saykally --
Quantitative absorption measurements utilizing cavity-ringdown spectroscopy with pulsed lasers / J. Patrick Looney, Joseph T. Hodges, and Roger D. van Zee --
Dispersion and cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Kevin okay. Lehmann --
Cavity-ringdown spectroscopy as opposed to intra-cavity laser absorption / Daniele Romanini --
Fourier remodel and polarization established cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / Richard Engeln, Giel Berden, and Gerard Meijer --
Infrared cavity-ringdown laser absorption spectroscopy of brief species in pulsed supersonic expansions / J.B. Paul, R.A. Provencal, C. Chapo, E. Michael, A. Pettersson, and R.J. Saykally --
Cavity-ringdown laser absorption spectroscopy of polyatomic radicals in low strain / J.J. Scherer, K.W. Aniolek, and D.J. Rakestraw --
Kinetic reviews of fragrant radical reactions via cavity-ringdown spectroscopy / J. Park and M.C. Lin --
Cavity-ringdown tools for learning intramolecular and intermodular dynamics / Fredrick C. Hagemeister, Caleb A. Arrington, Brent J. Giles, Bobby Quimpo, Limin Zhang, and Timothy S. Zwier --
utilizing FM tools with molecules in a excessive finesse hollow space: a tested route to <10⁻¹² absorption sensitivity / Jun Ye, Long-Sheng Ma, and John L. Hall.

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1) 22 z iiz) ^^Ta(z') A U Z SSt z " a x i s (a) g(z)>0^7^^ a'(z)<0 (b) Figure 2. (a) Generalized optical system, (b) Sign convention As shown in Figure 2a, after passing through an optical system, the ray will be characterized by a new set of parameters rif) and a(z'). The new parameters are related to the original parameters by the following matrix transformation: Kz')' a(z') AB CD Hz) a(z) (2) where the ABCD matrix is the ray matrix that determines the ray parameters over the interval from z to z'.

379. 10. ; Appl. Optics 1967, 6, 747-755. Siegman,A. ; Lasers; University Science Books: Mill Valley, CA, 1986, p. 748. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. Chapter 4 Mode Formation in Optical Cavities 1 Kenneth W. Busch, Aurélie Hennequin , and Marianna A. Busch Department of Chemistry, Baylor University, Waco, TX 76798-7348 Longitudinal mode formation in optical cavities is introduced with a discussion of the Fabry-Perot cavity. Transverse mode formation is discussed in terms of Hermite-Gaussian waves for cavities with rectangular cross-sectional symmetry and in terms of Laguerre-Gaussian waves for cavities with circular cross-sectional symmetry.

The lowest order transverse mode, or fundamental mode (TEMoo), has a gaussian cross-sectional profile, while higher order modes are broken up into an array of sub-beams. For a given transverse mode, there are an infinite number of longitudinal modes associated with it, separated by Av. Since different transverse modes require different geometrical distributions of energy, the phase delay for a round-trip through the cavity will typically differ slightly for different transverse modes. In general, the frequency spacing between two successive transverse modes is usually much smaller than the spacing between two successive longitudinal modes (eq 17), and depends on the characteristics of the cavity (length, mirror radii).

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