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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2003, Volume 33, Number 4, Pages 315–316 (Mi qe2409)  

Lasers

Mechanism of lasing at the 5s2 2D5/2 – 5p 2P3/2 transition in Cd II at anomalously low temperatures of the active medium

A. V. Karelin

Prokhorov General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The mechanism of lasing at the Cd II atomic ion transition at 441.6 nm at near-threshold temperatures, when the contribution from the sputtering of a pure metallic cadmium film by charged products of nuclear reaction cannot be neglected, is discussed. A comparison of the theoretical and experimental data leads to a value 10.8 atoms per event for the total average yield of sputtering of cadmium by the products of nuclear reaction 3He(n, p)3T.

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Quantum Electronics, 2003, 33:4, 315–316

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PACS: 42.55.Lt, 25.55.-e
Received: 03.06.2002

Citation: A. V. Karelin, “Mechanism of lasing at the 5s2 2D5/2 – 5p 2P3/2 transition in Cd II at anomalously low temperatures of the active medium”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 33:4 (2003), 315–316 [Quantum Electron., 33:4 (2003), 315–316]

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