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Observations of stimulated emission from high‐pressure krypton and argon/xenon mixtures
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9.At there is also the possibility of a component due to argon‐xenon collisions which would scale like the product of the argon and xenon densities. The importance of this quality depends upon the details of the molecular potential curves of the ArXe system. Measurements are currently in progress for the evaluation of these losses.
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