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25 May 1994 Output characteristics of a transversely excited copper vapor laser
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A maximum output power of 13.2 W was obtained at a high repetition frequency of 5 kHz by a transversely-excited copper vapor laser with an excited volume of 112 cm3. Its specific output power density was 118 mW/cm3. It corresponded to a specific output energy density of 24 (mu) J/cm3. We also examined the dependence of the output power on the buffer gas pressure, the repetition frequency, and the charging voltage.
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Tomoko Ogawa, Etsuo Noda, Setsuo Suzuki, and Osami Morimiya "Output characteristics of a transversely excited copper vapor laser", Proc. SPIE 2118, Gas, Metal Vapor, and Free-Electron Lasers and Applications, (25 May 1994);

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