Abstract

The gain dependence on time of the HCl chemical laser was measured and calculated. Comparison of the calculated and measured results enables one to determine the constant of HCl–HCl deactivation which is found to be within (0.2–9) 1012 cm3 mole−1 sec−1.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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