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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1975, Volume 2, Number 4, Pages 799–806 (Mi qe11109)  

Photochemical laser utilizing the 1Σ+g3Σg vibronic transition in S2

V. S. Zuev, L. D. Mikheev, V. I. Yalovoi


Abstract: An experimental investigation was made of the 1Σ+g3Σg vibronic laser transition in molecular sulfur formed as a result of secondary reactions in the photodlssociation of COS by λ= 190–255 nm radiation. The population inversion preceding this transition was analyzed. The main experimental results were in agreement with the adopted model of the stimulated emission due to the 1Σ+g3Σg transition in S2. The emission spectrum was located mainly in the range of vibronic bands Δν= (λL ≈1.1 μ). The gain reached ~4×10–3 cm–1. The specific output energy was ~5×10–4 J/cm3.

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Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1975, 5:4, 442–447

UDC: 621.375.826+541.141+539.19
PACS: 42.60.C, 82.40.T
Received: 24.09.1974

Citation: V. S. Zuev, L. D. Mikheev, V. I. Yalovoi, “Photochemical laser utilizing the 1Σ+g3Σg vibronic transition in S2”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2:4 (1975), 799–806 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 5:4 (1975), 442–447]

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