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SATURATED NEON ABSORPTION INSIDE A 6238‐Å LASER
1.The experiment was first tried with an absorption cell pressure of 0.3 torr. Under these conditions the laser output power had a large noise component caused by instability of the discharge in the absorption cell. This may be similar to the noise reported by A. D. White in a neon absorption cell outside the laser cavity.2
2.A. D. White, E. I. Gordon, and E. F. Labuda, Appl. Phys. Letters 5, 97 (1964).
3.Figure 2(a) shows evidence of saturation Q‐switching at the leading edge of the power output curve. The phenomenon is more pronounced at higher currents. A slight effect remains in Fig. 2(b) where the discharge has been turned off but the absorption cell remains in the cavity.
4.A. L. Bloom and D. L. Wright, Appl. Opt. 5, 1528 (1966).
5.A. D. White, Appl. Phys. Letters 10, 24 (1967).
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