Abstract

A selective absorption cross section of 100:1 was measured for Freon 123-d and natural Freon 123 at the 10.2- and 10.6-μm lines of a TEA CO2 laser. Multiple-photon absorption occurs at low fluence (0.1 J/cm2) at 10.2 μm but not at 10.6 μm.

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