Abstract

A flashlamp-pumped dye laser which gives 5-J 15-μsec pulses at 10-Hz repetition rate with 1.8% efficiency is described, the main use is for photobiological experiments. The design criteria and the performance obtained with several laser dyes are presented and discussed.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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