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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1981, Volume 8, Number 6, Pages 1315–1319 (Mi qe7061)  

Brief Communications

Feasibility of constructing an absorption cell tuned to λ = 1315 nm

O. B. Danilov, A. P. Zhevlakov, I. L. Yachnev


Abstract: Experiments indicated that the concentration of nonexcited iodine atoms during the pyrolysis stage of the photolysis of perfluoroalkyl iodides could reach (2–5)×1017 cm–3. The velocities of pyrolysis and compression waves were determined in a thick perfluoroalkyl iodide layer. The pyrolysis wave was considerably faster than the compression wave. An analysis was made of the possibility of using a pyrolysis wave to create a medium absorbing at λ = 1315 nm in a flash absorption cell.

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English version:
Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1981, 11:6, 786–789

Bibliographic databases:

UDC: 621.3.038.8
PACS: 42.60.Da, 82.40.Tc
Received: 17.10.1980

Citation: O. B. Danilov, A. P. Zhevlakov, I. L. Yachnev, “Feasibility of constructing an absorption cell tuned to λ = 1315 nm”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 8:6 (1981), 1315–1319 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 11:6 (1981), 786–789]

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