Abstract

A technique is proposed for using the properties of the autoionizing levels of neutral Li to construct a 207-Å laser. Energy is first stored in the lowest quartet level at 57.4 eV and then, by use of an intense laser beam, rapidly transferred to a radiating level in the doublet series.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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