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Continuous anti-Stokes-Raman laser oscillation in an argon-laser plasma

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4 Author(s)
Feitisch, A. ; Inst. fur Quantenoptik, Hannover Univ., West Germany ; Schnier, D. ; Mueller, T. ; Wellegehausen, B.

Generation of continuous anti-Stokes-Raman laser (ASRL) oscillation between the 3d/sup 2/P and 4s/sup 2/P levels of the argon-ion laser plasma is described. Pump radiation of 648.3 nm (610.3 nm) is up-converted into 437.5-nm radiation with an overall efficiency of more than 20% and an output power of up to 150 mW. Thus far, a detuning of +or-9 GHz around the 4p/sup 2/S intermediate resonance was achieved. The experiments reported have demonstrated that the gain on a normal laser transition may be strongly increased by population transfer and due to coherent processes. Therefore the ASRL technique in general also demonstrates a possibility to overcome the problem of insufficient mirror reflectivities in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) region.<>

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 1988

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