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Lasing and spectral line characteristics in phosphate glasses and inorganic liquids with neodymium

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3 Author(s)
Grigoryants, V. ; Radio Engineering and Electronics, The Academy of the USSR, Moscow, USSR ; Zhabotinski, M. ; Markushev, V.M.

Possible reasons for narrow-band oscillation of phosphate glass and inorganic liquid lasers with neodymium are described. It is shown that experimental data considered earlier to be evidence of fast energy-transfer rate can alternatively be explained if the degree of spectral line inhomogeneity is about unity. Neodymium stimulated-emission cross sections in phosphate glasses are compared at room and low temperatures. The results of the comparison suggest that the degree of spectral line inhomogeneity is small.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )