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Possibility of straight gamma-lasing experiments based on nuclei-candidates activated by a rigid bremsstrahlung
Author(s): Stanislav V. Karyagin
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Paper Abstract

The gamma-laser (GL)-system 'SPTEN' (Soft Prompt Transplantation of Excited Nuclei) proposed recently is universal over the means for the creation of the excited laser-active nuclei (ELAN) at its input. The neutron flux's action at the SPTEN's input is well known from the previous works. Here the feasibility of the straight GL-experiments based on the use of the other type of nuclear radiation, viz., the rigid bremsstrahlung of high intensity, on the input of the SPTEN are researched. The main differences concern the processes at the input part of the SPTEN, so called Multi Beam Emitter. The rest processes of the SPTEN system: the ELAN separation, their delivery to the site of the active medium (AM) of GL, the cooling of the AM and the gamma-generation (GG) are the same as like as in the well known 'neutronic'2*) variant of the SPTEN. The search and choice of the ELAN-candidates for such 'photonic' GL is accomplished here on the bases of the criteria ensuing from the joint theory of the real GG and radiation-heat (RH) regime in the AM. The GL on the base of the photo-nuclear reactions initiated by the bremsstrahlung via use of the Mega-Ampere accelerators is proven.

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Date Published: 9 May 2001
PDF: 15 pages
Proc. SPIE 4243, Saratov Fall Meeting 2000: Laser Physics and Photonics; and Spectroscopy and Molecular Modeling, (9 May 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.426702
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Stanislav V. Karyagin, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4243:
Saratov Fall Meeting 2000: Laser Physics and Photonics; and Spectroscopy and Molecular Modeling
Vladimir L. Derbov; Leonid A. Melnikov; Lev M. Babkov, Editor(s)

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