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Arc‐excited flowing CO chemical laser
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11.Several tests, including (i) mirror misalignment, (ii) arbitrary increase of gas temperature with aligned mirrors until the gain on all transitions is below threshold, and (iii) direct measurement of total spontaneous power emission, indicate that heat transfer by hot gas convection and spurious background radiation is negligible compared to the laser power absorption. Under test (ii) simultaneous reduction of power coupled through a single aperture and of mirror heating power was observed as was increased. A simultaneous cutoff of these powers was observed at Deposits or reaction of S on the specially coated gas‐shielded mirrors was absent. Measured CO concentrations are low enough that superradiance is not important here.
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