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The effect of the coherence time of X-ray laser pulses on the population transfer in 97Tc with two ground states and one excited state is investigated. In this study, two X-ray laser pulses drive the population transfer in a nuclear three-level system via the quantum optics technique of the stimulated Raman adiabatic passage. The short wavelengths, which is needed to satisfy the resonance conditions, are achieved by using an accelerated nuclear beam, interacting with two incoming X-ray pulses. It is found that the transfer efficiency decreases for laser pulses with short coherence time. Finally, the effect of laser pulses intensity and pulse delay variations on the population transfer for different coherence time values of laser pulses is studied. For the numerical study we have used the Master equation. The decoherence effects that occur due to spontaneous emission of the excited state and short coherence time of X-ray laser pulses (dephasing) are considered in the Master equation.
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