Efficient XeCl/H2 Raman shifting to a blue-green region

Cheng, Xusan; Lou, Qihong; Wang, Runwen; Wang, Zhijiang
July 1987
Applied Physics Letters;7/13/1987, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p76
Academic Journal
90% photon conversion of 18 MW (1 J, 55 ns) power XeCl laser radiation to Raman Stokes beams is reported with 39% photon efficiency and ∼60% peak power conversion efficiency to the third Stokes order S3 (499 nm). Relaxation oscillations of higher order Si(i≥3) pulses have been observed.


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