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Laser spectroscopy and a home-built laser diode. 

content provider: Chad Hoyt
published by the Bethel University

A compilation of several project manuscripts completed by Bethel University undergraduates in PHY330, Optics during spring semester of 2010. The first describes iodine spectroscopy experiments using a New Focus Velocity tunable diode laser. The second project is rubidium spectroscopy performed using a home-built laser similar to the one used in the workshop. The workshop spectroscopy demonstration is a combination of these two projects, using a home-built stabilized diode laser at 633 nm to do simple Iodine spectroscopy. The final manuscript below describes the wavemeter work and operartion, written by a recent Bethel University physics graduate, Sarah Anderson.

Published July 18, 2010
Last Modified August 9, 2010

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