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Laser action on the 342‐nm molecular iodine band
1.Xe was initially added to the gas mixtures in an attempt to lase the xenon iodide bands (Refs. 2 and 3) in analogy to the previously reported XeF (Ref. 4), XeCl (Ref. 5), KrF (Ref. 5), and XeBr (Ref. 6) lasers. Addition of Xe to these mixtures decreases the spontaneous and lasing intensities while bringing out the expected xenon halide spectra.
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