MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER.

Isamu Kato, Tukasa Shimizu

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    Abstract

    In the work reported in this paper the authors measured the electron density and temperature under microwave pulsed (duration of less than 2 mu sec) discharges, which can avoid variation of the gas temperature and ionization accumulation during the discharge. The electron density was found to be constant when the partial pressure of Ar exceedscertain value. The authors also derived a rate equation and clarified the relations between various plasma parameters and the output power. They evaluated the laser output power as a function of the gas pressure and the He partial pressure, which agrees well with the observed values. Finally, the properties of the laser they developed are also discussed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationElectron Commun Japan
    Pages108-115
    Number of pages8
    Volume55
    Edition7
    Publication statusPublished - 1972 Jul

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    Discharge (fluid mechanics)
    Partial pressure
    Carrier concentration
    Argon
    Laser pulses
    Microwaves
    Lasers
    Electron temperature
    Ions
    Gases
    Ionization
    Plasmas
    Temperature

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    • Engineering(all)

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    Kato, I., & Shimizu, T. (1972). MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER. In Electron Commun Japan (7 ed., Vol. 55, pp. 108-115)

    MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER. / Kato, Isamu; Shimizu, Tukasa.

    Electron Commun Japan. Vol. 55 7. ed. 1972. p. 108-115.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Kato, I & Shimizu, T 1972, MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER. in Electron Commun Japan. 7 edn, vol. 55, pp. 108-115.
    Kato I, Shimizu T. MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER. In Electron Commun Japan. 7 ed. Vol. 55. 1972. p. 108-115
    Kato, Isamu ; Shimizu, Tukasa. / MICROWAVE PULSE EXCITED ARGON ION LASER. Electron Commun Japan. Vol. 55 7. ed. 1972. pp. 108-115
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