Abstract

Lasing from HCN gas contained in HC-PCF is observed for the first time. Mid-IR pulses (3.15 and 3.09 µm) were generated by optically pumping at 1.54 µm. A 12C2H2-filled gas laser is also studied quantitatively.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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