More than 25 laser lines around 2.5 μm from theC 1∏ u state to (3)1∑ g + and 7 laser lines around 0.9 μm from the high-lying1∑ u state to (2)1∑ g + in the sodium dimer were detected using a nitrogen laser as the pumping source. Most of the optically pumped laser lines have been identified.
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Wang, Z.G., Xia, H.R., Ma, L.S. et al. Optically pumped lasers between high-lying states in the sodium dimer. Appl. Phys. B 37, 233–238 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00692948