4 April 1997 Regeneration of basic hydrogen peroxide and chlorine for use in chemical oxygen iodine laser
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Abstract
The chemical oxygen-iodine laser derives its energy from the reaction of basic hydrogen peroxide with chlorine. The traditional oxygen-iodine laser uses an 'open loop' cycle, in which fresh reactants are furnished in bulk form. This approach is not suitable for a continuously operating laser because supplying fresh reactants and disposing of reaction products are expensive and require significant logistics. This work describes a new concept for continuous in-situ regeneration of chlorine and basic hydrogen peroxide.
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John Vetrovec, John Vetrovec, } "Regeneration of basic hydrogen peroxide and chlorine for use in chemical oxygen iodine laser", Proc. SPIE 2987, Gas and Chemical Lasers and Applications II, (4 April 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.271570; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.271570
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