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The Hamiltonian (1) is exactly solvable if either g or q is zero. In the absence of anharmonicity (q""O) the exchange of energy between the field and the oscillator is a sinusoidal function of time (or of space in case we consider a propogating wave). An exact solution of (1) can also be derived if field is far detuned from the resonance frequency of the medium 1. e. u»)O. In o that case, one can adiabatically eliminate the medium variables and work with an effective Hamiltonian (2) where x qg" /A" , Coherence and Quantum Optics VI Edited by J.

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