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3. First energy levels of a typical three-level ion. |g , |e , and |m denote the ground, excited, and metastable states, respectively. The direct detection of the ion’s ﬂuorescence is typically made on a strong transition, most often the resonance line. 3. The strongest transition (the resonance line) is the one connecting the ground state |g to the excited state |e . The lifetime of the excited state |e is of the order of some tens of ns, giving rise to a natural linewidth of the corresponding atomic transition of the order of some tens of MHz.
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