Abstract

Among the rare gas monohalide excimer molecules, the XeF(CA) excimer transition is unique due to its exceptionally broadband fluorescence spectrum in the blue-green. Such a XeF(CA) laser has been efficiently tuned with a narrow spectral width (0.001–0.01 nm) using injection control.1 Since the laser was pumped by a short pulse (10 ns) and high-current-density (>200-A/ cm2) electron beam, temporal buildup of the optical field is of significant importance.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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