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Recent work on two-photon spectroscopy of transition metal ions and rare earth ions in crystals is reviewed. The technology of two-photon spectroscopy changes significantly from ultraviolet to visible to infrared, and the different methods for these regions are discussed with examples from the writer's laboratory.
luminescence spectroscopy, spectroscopy, two-photon spectroscopy, transition metal ions, inorganic crystals, rare earth ions
Professor, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ