Abstract

Unusually high intensities observed in a solid solution of KI doped with 0.03 mole % Ba+2–CrO4−2 have been attributed to a resonance Raman effect. Greater than a factor-of-5 intensity enhancement has been observed for the ν1 mode of the CrO4−2 ion for 4580-Å excitation relative to 5145-Å excitation. The results were correlated with two existing theories of resonance Raman scattering.

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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