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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1973, Number 2(14), Pages 110–112 (Mi qe5089)  

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Stimulated emission of visible light due to transitions in singly ionized chlorine and iodine atoms

N. P. Gadetskii, Yu. V. Tkach, Ya. Ya. Bessarab, A. V. Sidel'nikova, I. I. Magda


Abstract: An investigation was made of the stimulated emission of light as a result of transitions in singly ionized chlorine and iodine atoms. The pumping was provided by bombardment with fast (15–20 eV) and slow (1–3 eV) electrons. The stimulated emission mechanism was analyzed. The efficiencies of stimulated emission due to transitions in Cl+ and I+ were compared with the efficiency due to transitions in Ar+.

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Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1973, 3:2, 168–169

UDC: 621.375.826 + 533.92
PACS: 32.80.Bx, 32.80.Fb
Received: 07.06.1972
Revised: 25.12.1972

Citation: N. P. Gadetskii, Yu. V. Tkach, Ya. Ya. Bessarab, A. V. Sidel'nikova, I. I. Magda, “Stimulated emission of visible light due to transitions in singly ionized chlorine and iodine atoms”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2 (1973), 110–112 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 3:2 (1973), 168–169]

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