Generation of 12‐μm radiation by difference‐frequency mixing of CO2 laser radiation in GaAs
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5.The input peak powers given here have been deduced on the assumption that half of the pulse energy is contained in an initial spike of 100 nsec (FWHM) with the remaining half of the energy in a relatively long tail. The output peak powers were obtained by assuming that the output energy was contained in a 100‐nsec (FWHM) pulse.
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