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Studies Of An Injection-Controlled XeF(C->A) Laser
Author(s): N Hamada; R Sauerbrey; W L Wilson; F K Tittel; W L Nighan
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Paper Abstract

The XeF(C->A) excimer laser is an efficient, scalable gas laser that is tunable throughout the blue-green region of the spectrum. Recent wavelength tuning experiments will be reported using a long pulse quasi CW dye laser as an injection source. Also the effect of electron-beam energy deposition on laser performance will be discussed. 1. INTRODUCTION The electrically excited XeF (C->A) excimer laser is wavelength controllable by injection techniques and has the potential for a relatively high intrinsic efficiency [1],[2]. Using a coaxial flash lamp pumped dye laser as the injection source, amplified output pulses tunable between 470 and 500 nm and having a spectral width of 0.6 nm were obtained. It was found that previously reported electron-beam induced transient absorptions appear to be saturable through the use of an intense injection laser pulse [3].

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 July 1988
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 0894, Gas Laser Technology, (12 July 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.944390
Show Author Affiliations
N Hamada, Rice University (United States)
R Sauerbrey, Rice University (United States)
W L Wilson, Rice University (United States)
F K Tittel, Rice University (United States)
W L Nighan, United Technologies Research Center (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0894:
Gas Laser Technology
Peter P. Chenausky; Roland A. Sauerbrey; James H. Tillotson, Editor(s)

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