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The Theory of Plasma Lasers

  • L. I. Gudzenko
  • L. A. Shelepin
  • S. I. Yakovlenko
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Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 83)

Abstract

A review of electronic-transition lasers in a plasma medium is given. Plasma lasers using a recombination flux are analyzed in detail, and their advantages are pointed out. The basic types of plasma lasers are discussed. They use electrical-discharge(including those utilizing electron beams) plasmas, moving plasmas, expanding (plasma-dynamic lasers) and compressed (pinch discharge lasers) plasmas, and plasma chemical reactions (including lasers employing molecular electronic transitions with dissociating lower terms). Short-wavelength lasers, in particular the possible construction of an x-ray laser, are discussed. Experimental research is also analyzed.

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  • L. I. Gudzenko
  • L. A. Shelepin
  • S. I. Yakovlenko

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