Previously developed optically stable cw color center lasers are based on three F aggregate center types in alkali halide crystals: (1) fA(ii) and FB(II) centers in additively colored KC1 and RbCl crystals doped with Li+ or Na+ impurities.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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