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INFLUENCE OF CAVITY CONFIGURATION ON THE PULSE ENERGY OF A HIGH-PRESSURE MOLECULAR FLUORINE LASER

Abstract:
We report an investigation of a high-pressure molecular fluorine laser operating at 158 nm. Several cavity configurations were studied, including one employing a roof prism as the high reflector. A maximum VUV pulse energy of 237 mJ, corresponding to a specific output of 3.3 J/1 was obtained when the laser was operated as a double-ended device. With single-ended operation the largest output energy was 176 mJ at a specific output of 2.5 J/1. © 1992 Springer-Verlag.
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10.1007/BF00348614

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Publisher:
Springer-Verlag
Journal:
APPLIED PHYSICS B-PHOTOPHYSICS AND LASER CHEMISTRY
Volume:
55
Issue:
1
Pages:
54-59
Publication date:
1992-07-05
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EISSN:
1432-0649
ISSN:
0721-7269
URN:
uuid:8132276a-78e6-4977-b979-3374e547c962
Source identifiers:
23729
Local pid:
pubs:23729
Language:
English
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