Production of Short-Wavelength (XUV) Photons From Ion-Laser- Excited-Surface Charge Exchange: Li3+,He+ + Si(111) Systems
It has been proposed1,2 that some selected charge-exchange processes may serve as a means of achieving population inversion for short-wavelength (VUV and soft X-ray) lasers.
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