Tunable Lasers and Applications: Proceedings of the Loen by B. P. Stoicheff, S. C. Wallace (auth.), Dr. Aram Mooradian,

By B. P. Stoicheff, S. C. Wallace (auth.), Dr. Aram Mooradian, Dr. Tycho Jaeger, Dr. Per Stokseth (eds.)

The Tunable Lasers and functions convention used to be held in Loen, Norway, on June 6-11, 1976. This convention handled the expertise of tunable lasers from the vacuum ultraviolet to the a long way infrared and their program within the components of photochemistry, chemical kinetics, isotope separation, at­ mospheric photochemistry and environmental reports, photobiology, and spec­ troscopy. the necessity for one of these convention grew out of the swiftly increasing use of tunable lasers in a extensive diversity of disciplines. The convention was once attended through a hundred thirty scientists representing Japan, Italy, West Germany, Canada, Israel, France, England, Norway, Sweden, Brazil, Den­ mark, Finland, the Netherlands, the Soviet Union, and the us. the positioning of the convention in Loen, Nordfjord, used to be selected end result of the extraordinary fantastic thing about its aqua-blue fjords surrounded through glacier-capped mountains and luxurious eco-friendly hillsides. The Alexandra resort was once an ideal host for this sort of convention with first-class prone, terrific smorgesbord, and ex­ cellent audio-visual amenities. the ambience used to be freed from distractions and supplied for a calm interchange of principles. a day hike used to be prepared to the Briksdal glacier whereas the spotlight of the outside actions was once a bus-ship day trip to the magestically superb Geiranger fjord. a luxurious dinner party was once by way of an interesting'and interesting illustrated speak on high-speed and underwater images through Professor Harold Edgerton from MIT. monetary aid from our sponsors is gratefully stated in aid­ ing to make this convention an entire success.

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Ve1azco and D. W. Sets er, Chern. Phys. Lett. 25, 197 (1974). ~, Hays, 2918, 2922 (1971). ~, 481 (1975). J. R. C. K. The present state of development of coaxial-diode electron-beam pumped, narrow-band, frequency-tunable, high-power VUV xe 2 lasers is summarized and their performance characteristics are discussed. The production of coherent radiation in the XUV at 57nm (the shortest wavelength to date) by third-harmonic generation in Argon is described as an example of the capabilities of these lasers for extending the range of nonlinear mixing, selective excitation and photoionization investigations into the VUV and XUV spectral regions.

7. L. A. Gundel, D. W. Setser, M. A. A. Clyne, J. A. Coxon, and W. Nip, J. CheITl. Phys. 64, 4390 (1976). 8. J. E. Velazco, J. H. Kolts and D. W. Setser, "Quenching Rate Constants for Metastable Argon, Krypton and Xenon AtoITls by Fluorine Containing Moleeules and Branching Ratios for XeF and Kr F ForITlation, " to be published. 9. S. K. Searles and G. A. Hart, Appl. Phys. Lett. 27, 243 (1975). 10. A. Brau and J. J. Ewing, Appl. Phys. Lett. 27, 435 (1975). 11. J. J. Ewing and C. A. Brau, Appl. Phys.

Jacob, and J. Mangano. Also they thank D. W. Setser for providing preprints of very important rate constant measurements prior to their publication. A variety ef ether werkers in the field have provided the authors with preprints and cornrnents prior to final publication and these are acknowledged: R. Gorden, Y. T. Lee, J. Murray, M. McCusker, M, Krauss, A. K. Hays, S. Suchard, N. Djeu, and R. Hunter. Support of ARPA/ ONR threugh Centract No. NOOOI4-75-C-0062 is acknewledged. 37 References 1. M.

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