Abstract

The gain of the Λ-doublet terms in the 0—0 UV laser band of N2 is calculated through an excitation model assuming low energy electron impact with ground state molecules. The results are used to explain the observation of the Λ doubling for axial and transverse discharge lasers.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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