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Observation of a large number of new laser lines from 12CD3F gas optically pumped with a continuously tunable high-pressure pulsed CO2 laser

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4 Author(s)
Lang, P.T. ; Inst. fuer Angewardte Phys., Regensburg Univ., Germany ; Kelly, M. ; Renk, K.F. ; Halonen, L.

An observation is reported of a large number of new laser lines from 12CD3F gas optically pumped with a continuously tunable high-pressure pulsed CO2 laser. Making use of the coincidence of the 10 μm P and R branches of CO2 with the v3 and v6 vibrational-rotational absorption bands of 12CD3F, 180 laser lines were found in the wavenumber range between 8 and 55 cm-1, all of them yet unknown; these lines are studied for characteristic properties of laser action. All laser lines are assigned as pure rotational transitions in the vibrational excited or ground states

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 3 )