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  1. C. L. Smith, E. Homentowski, C. Stokes, Appl. Opt. 6, 1130 (1967).
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Laser coupling configurations: (a) transverse; (b) coaxial.

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Record of ruby laser output. Horizontal sweep is 200 μsec/div from left to right for both traces. Upper trace is signal from photodiodes used for shock velocity measurements. Lower trace is signal from laser detector. Laser output, superposed on radiation signal from shock heated xenon, appears as two spikes approximately 200 μsec after reflection of shock wave from end wall.

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Table I Xenon Properties Behind Incident and Reflected Shock Waves