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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1977, Volume 4, Number 9, Pages 1992–1994 (Mi qe12813)  

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Nondirectional glow of transparent dielectrics under the action of laser radiation

M. F. Achilov, M. A. Kasymdzhanov, D. P. Krindach, O. V. Trunilina, N. K. Khabibullaev


Abstract: The results are given of an experimental investigation of the radiation emitted by transparent dielectrics due to the passage of a laser beam. A number of properties of this radiation resembled luminescence with a wide spectrum (exceeding 10 000 cm–1). In nonlinear crystals some of this radiation could be due to the scattering of parametric luminescence by inhomogeneities.

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Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1977, 7:9, 1132–1134

UDC: 535.37
PACS: 78.60.-b, 42.60.He
Received: 12.05.1977

Citation: M. F. Achilov, M. A. Kasymdzhanov, D. P. Krindach, O. V. Trunilina, N. K. Khabibullaev, “Nondirectional glow of transparent dielectrics under the action of laser radiation”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 4:9 (1977), 1992–1994 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 7:9 (1977), 1132–1134]

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