Abstract

Potential applications such as laser annealing, laser processing of materials, and laser isotope separation have recently stimulated considerable interest in the scaling of XeCl gas-discharge lasers to higher-output energy, pulse repetition frequency (prf), and average laser power.1

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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