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- PhD, Atomic and Molecular Physics, University of Texas-Austin
Professor Jacek Borysow is an experimentalist who uses lasers to study atomic and molecular spectroscopy. He uses high-resolution, tunable, ultra-stable diode lasers to study collisional processes between molecular ions and neutrals in low-pressure plasmas. Borysow is studying the dynamics of highly excited states of molecules, and he measures collisional lifetimes of various molecular states using pulsed dye lasers.
Links of Interest
- Nonlinear Raman Spectroscopy
- "Single Mode Tunable Ti:Sapphire Laser over a Wide Range of Frequency," B. Pati and J. Borysow, JOSA, Applied Optics 36, 9337 (1997).
- "Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Detection of Lead on Concrete," A. Pakhomov, W. Nichols, and J. Borysow, Applied Spectroscopy 50, 880 (1996).
- "Time Evolution of the Population Inversion between (A3-sigma-u+, v'') and (B3-Pi-g, v') States in the Positive Column of Nitrogen Pulsed Discharge," E. Augustyniak and J. Borysow, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics 28, 55 (1995).
- "Dynamic of OH (X2-Pi, v=0) in High Energy Electrical Pulsed Corona Discharge," J. Phys. D: Applied Physics 28, 68 (1995).
- "Long Range Tunable Diode Laser," S. Filimonov and J. Borysow, J. Opt. Soc. Am. Applied Optics 34, 438 (1995).
- "Kinetics of (A3-sigma, v=0) State of N2 in the Near Afterglow of Nitrogen Pulsed Discharge," E. Augustyniak and J. Borysow, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics 27, 652 (1994).
- "Temporal Evolution of the Vibrational Excitation within the X1-Sigma-g+ state of N2 in the Positive Column of a Pulsed Electric Discharge," A. Ershov, E. Augustyniak, and J. Borysow, Phys. Rev. A 50, 2341 (1994).