Optical and Laser-Interferometric Investigations of an Electron-Beam Controlled CO2-Laser

  • M. Hugenschmidt
  • K. Vollrath

Abstract

The excitation of the rotational—vibrational states involved with the CO2—laser—transitions is achieved by using short electron pulses of 20 to 30 ns duration with energies up to 700 keV. The spatial and time development of the discharge depending on both the cathode and the acceleration electrode—configuration is studied optically by means of the plasma emission and by laser interferometric holographic methods using a ruby—laser.

Keywords

Dium Photography Ruby Starke 

Etude Optique et par Interferometrie en Lumiere Coherente D’Un Laser a CO2 Excite par Faisceau D’Electrons

Optische und Laserinterferometrische Untersuchung Elektronenstrahlgepumpter CO2-Laser

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© The Contributors 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Hugenschmidt
    • 1
  • K. Vollrath
    • 1
  1. 1.Deutsch-Französisches ForschungsinstitutSaint-LouisFrankreich

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