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Rare Gas Halogen Excimers

  • Ch. A. Brau
Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series (TAP, volume 30)

Abstract

Although the rare gas halide lasers were discovered only about three years ago [4.1–6], they have received a great deal of attention since then and are presently the most highly developed excimer lasers. Moreover, the rare gas monohalides themselves represent an intriguing new class of molecules which (except for XeF [4.7]) have only recently been observed [4.8–12]. In spite of their recent discovery, a great deal is now understood about these molecules and lasers, and it is worth reviewing what is known.

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Small Signal Gain Excited Species High Average Power Internuclear Separation Dissociative Attachment 
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