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Generation Of Coherent Extreme Ultraviolet And Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Using Pulsed Nozzles
Author(s): Charles T Rettner; Ernesto E Marinero; Richard N Zare; Andrew H Kung
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Paper Abstract

We describe the application of pulsed free jets for the generation of the third harmonic of laser radiation. Using a supersonic expansion of Xe we have frequency tripled an 18 MW beam at 354.7 nm to obtain 5 x 10" photons/pulse at 118.2 nm, while for CO we have obtained 1 x 1012 photons/pulse at 98.5 nm for an input power of 2 MW at 295.6 nm. In the latter case the conversion efficiency is enhanced by a two-photon resonance via the CO A1II state. A simple model is outlined for third harmonic generation in a free jet, and the predictions of this model are tested against experiment.

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Date Published: 23 May 1984
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 0461, New Lasers for Analytical & Industrial Chemistry, (23 May 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.941072
Show Author Affiliations
Charles T Rettner, I.B.M. Research Laboratory (United States)
Ernesto E Marinero, I.B.M. Research Laboratory (United States)
Richard N Zare, Stanford University (United States)
Andrew H Kung, University of California (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0461:
New Lasers for Analytical & Industrial Chemistry
Anthony F. Bernhardt, Editor(s)

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