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Los Alamos Krypton Fluoride Laser Program

  • Reed J. Jensen (a1) and Participants in the Los Alamos Advanced Laser Program

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In this paper we introduce designs that provide short duration megajoule pulses of ¼ micron wavelength light at efficiencies near ten percent.

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Los Alamos Krypton Fluoride Laser Program

  • Reed J. Jensen (a1) and Participants in the Los Alamos Advanced Laser Program

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