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SBS properties of high-pressure xenon
Author(s): A. M. Dudov; S. A. Buyko; A. V. Dolgopolov; V. A. Eroshenko; Gennady G. Kochemasov; Stanislav M. Kulikov; V. N. Novikov; A. F. Shkapa; Stanislav A. Sukharev; L. I. Zykov; Andrew M. Scott
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Paper Abstract

For xenon at temperature t equals 19.3 degrees Celsius in a range of density 0.3 g/cm3 less than or equal to (rho) less than or equal to 1.0 g/cm3 SBS gain coefficient (g) and phonon lifetimes are measured. It is shown that at the densities higher than (rho) equals 0.5 g/cm3 SBS gain g levels out, reaching the value g approximately equals 100 cm/GW, and the phonon lifetimes decrease down to (tau) ph equals 25 ns with approaching to a critical point of Xe.

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Date Published: 4 April 1997
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 3092, XI International Symposium on Gas Flow and Chemical Lasers and High-Power Laser Conference, (4 April 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.270254
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A. M. Dudov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (VNIIEF) (Russia)
S. A. Buyko, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
A. V. Dolgopolov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
V. A. Eroshenko, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Gennady G. Kochemasov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Stanislav M. Kulikov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
V. N. Novikov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (VNIIEF) (Russia)
A. F. Shkapa, All-Union Research Inst. of Experimental Physics (Russia)
Stanislav A. Sukharev, All-Union Research Inst. of Experimental Physics (Russia)
L. I. Zykov, All-Union Research Inst. of Experimental Physics (Russia)
Andrew M. Scott, Royal Signals and Radar Establishment (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3092:
XI International Symposium on Gas Flow and Chemical Lasers and High-Power Laser Conference
Denis R. Hall; Howard J. Baker, Editor(s)

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