Laser Interaction and Related Plasma Phenomena: Volume 3A by Edward Teller (auth.), Helmut J. Schwarz, Heinrich Hora

By Edward Teller (auth.), Helmut J. Schwarz, Heinrich Hora (eds.)

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K. Boyer, "Laser Program at LASL, Progress Report for the period January 1 through June 30, 1973," Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory report LA-5366-PR (Ju1y 1973). 3. A. J. Beau1ieu, App1. Phys. Letters 4. C. A. Fenstermacher, M. J. Nutter, J. P. Rink, and K. Boyer, Bu11. Am. Phys. Soc. ~, Series 11, No. 1, January 1971. ~, 504 (1970). 36 K. BOYER AND R. S. COOPER 5. C. A. Fenstermacher, M. J. Nutter, W. T. Leland, and K. Boyer, Appl,Phys. Letters 20, No. 3, January 1972. 6. H. Lamberton and P. Pearson, Electron Letters 7.

2 ns at 1 atm gas pressure. Note, however, that the time required to deplete the total rotational manifold and, therefore, the total vibrational energy available in the inversion, is MT where M is the effective number of populated rotational statesrin the manifold. 2 ns. A significant reduction in energy extraction from the medium would therefore be expected if the 0wtical pulse duration is shorter than 3 ns. A detailed analysis 1 confirms this, as do experiments. 9 One way to increase the energy extraction is to reduce the rotational relaxation time T by increasing the pressure (Fig.

V. photo-preionization(9). V. photo-preionized CO 2 lasers will be described. Some initial results on the amplification of ultrashort pulses, obtained with an oscillator-amplifier laser system, will also be described. V. PHOTO-PREIONIZED LASER DISCHARGES The appearance of short wavelength radiation effects associated with the excitation of high pressure CO 2 lasers d~scbarges was first noted by Pearson and Lamberton~lO). In their device, a discharge between two solid Rogowski profiled electrodes is initiated by the action of an auxiliary dis charge which occurs between a fine wire and the anode.

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