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Xenon molecular laser in the vacuum ultraviolet

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7 Author(s)
E. Ault ; Northrop Research and Technology Center, Hawthore, CA, USA ; M. Bhaumik ; W. Hughes ; R. Jensen
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Vacuum ultraviolet emission from high-pressure Xe gas under excitation by a pulsed electron beam has been investigated. When cavity mirrors were provided, significant line narrowing and a thousandfold increase in spectral intensity occurred at 1730 ± 10 Å. This was accompanied by severe mirror burning and provides strong evidence that an associative molecular Xe laser has been achieved.

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 10 )