Abstract

The generation of new 17–21-μm laser lines in C2D2 (dideuteroacetylene) by using a continuously tunable CO2 laser pump is reported. Several of the transitions have been found to exhibit a low pump threshold and high efficiency.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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