Abstract

Nitrogen laser pumped dye lasers have produced 5 × 10−9 see pulses of 103 W with 3-Å bandwidth over 4140–6420 Å. Experimental techniques are discussed in detail.

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  3. S. P. Davis, Diffraction Grating Spectrographs (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1970).
  4. C. V. Shank, Avco Everett Research, private communication.

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P. Sorokin, Sci. Amer. 220, 30 (Feb.1969); D. J. Bradley, A. Durrant, G. Gale, M. Moore, P. D. Smith, IEEE J. Quantum Electron., QE-4, 707 (1968).
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P. Sorokin, Sci. Amer. 220, 30 (Feb.1969); D. J. Bradley, A. Durrant, G. Gale, M. Moore, P. D. Smith, IEEE J. Quantum Electron., QE-4, 707 (1968).
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S. P. Davis, Diffraction Grating Spectrographs (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1970).

C. V. Shank, Avco Everett Research, private communication.

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Untuned nitrogen laser pumped dye lasers.

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Grating tuned dye laser.

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Dye cells.

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Reflection grating.

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Tuning range of nitrogen pumped dye lasers.

Tables (2)

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Table I Nitrogen Laser Pumped Dye Lasers (See Fig. 1)

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Table II Data on Tuned Dyes

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d ( sin θ i + sin θ r ) = N λ ,
d θ r / d λ = N / d cos θ r = 2 tan ( θ ) / λ
w = λ f / s cos θ .
d θ r / d λ = 2 tan θ / λ N / 2 λ ,
Δ λ / λ 2 Δ θ / N .

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