15 August 1984 Optimization Of Broadband Electrically Excited Excimer Lasers
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In this paper the factors controlling the performance of electron beam-pumped, broadband diatomic and tri-atomic rare gas-halide excimer lasers are discussed. Particular attention is directed toward the blue/green in the XeF(C>A) laser centered at 485 nm, for which significantly improved performance has been obtained by selective tailoring of mixture kinetic processes. Maximum XeF(C>A) laser output energies in excess of 1.5 J/liter have been achieved, corresponding to an intrinsic efficiency of approximately 1%.
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F. K. Tittel, F. K. Tittel, W. L. Wilson, W. L. Wilson, N. Nishida, N. Nishida, Y. Zhu, Y. Zhu, W. L. Nighan, W. L. Nighan, Y. Nachshon, Y. Nachshon, } "Optimization Of Broadband Electrically Excited Excimer Lasers", Proc. SPIE 0476, Excimer Lasers: Their Applications & New Frontiers in Lasers, (15 August 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.942568; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.942568
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