Isolation between amplifiers in a TEA carbon dioxide laser using absorbing gases

A general method is described for selecting and optimizing a gas mixt. which isolates the amplifier stages of a CO2 laser chain. The isolation increases the useful energy extd. by eliminating self-oscillation. The performance of an optimized nonsatg. gas mixt. in a laser working on the 9P(32) line is given.


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Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 13, 8, 1399
Year:
1980
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Copyright 2003 ACS
CAPLUS
AN 1981:9689
CAN 94:9689
73-6
Spectra by Absorption, Emission, Reflection, or Magnetic Resonance, and Other Optical Properties
Cent. Rech. Phys. Plasmas,Ec. Polytech. Fed.,Lausanne,Switz. FIELD URL:
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JPAPBE
written in English.
Lasers (carbon dioxide, amplifier stages of, efficiency of, isolation by optimized gas mixts. in relation to); Optimization (of gas compn., for isolation of carbon dioxide laser amplifier stages)
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