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  1. T. Kushida, Japan J. Appl. Phys. 4, 73 (1965).
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Fig. 1

Photograph of incandescent glass spewing forth from a front surface damage in Code 1723 glass. A neodymium laser beam at an energy density of 2.5–5 × 105 J/cm2 is incident from the left.

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Fig. 2

Photomicrograph of front surface damage in Code 1723 glass produced by focusing a neodymium laser beam just inside the surface to an energy density of 2.5–5 × 105 J/cm2. The laser beam is incident from the left.

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Fig. 3

Photomicrograph of an internal damaged region in Code 1723 glass produced by focusing a neodymium laser beam approximately 1.3 cm inside a sample to an energy density of 2.5–5 × 105 J/cm2. The laser beam is incident from the left. The elliptical interference pattern results from fracture rings.

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