The results of numerical simulation of output radiation parameters and efficiency of inductive copper vapor laser (ICVL) of transformer type are presented. The influence of scaling of the ICVL on the possibility of its implementation in practice is analyzed. The parameters of the small-scale model of ICVL for the first experiments on the implementation of a new method of excitation by an electrode-free induction discharge for a copper vapor laser are determined.
Is analyzed composition and morphology of the nanostructures of vanadium oxides, synthesized by the ablation of pure metal in the distilled water. It is shown that the structures are folded of the amorphous material and have very high area of surface. These special features of the structures of vanadium nanooxides assume the prospect of their use as the substrates in the analytical method on the base of giant laser light RAMAN scattering (SERS).
We present new results on numerical investigation of characteristics of pulse-periodic inductive copper vapour lasers. In these lasers pump pulses are trains of high-frequency (~ 30 MHz) current oscillations repeated at a frequency of 2-17 kHz. An inductive laser with an annular working volume of 1.7 l was considered and its possible output parameters were studied. We analyze specific features of working medium excitation in an HF-discharge; diversity of the obtained laser pulse shapes and possible applications are discussed as well.