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Influence of electron‐F2 collisions in rare gas–halide laser discharges
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6.For the conditions of this example the displacement reaction dominates production (see Ref. 9).
7.Since the discharge contribution to the total power density was sensibly constant over the entire range covered in Fig. 2, the discharge enhancement factor, decreased from about 10 to 1 as increased from 0.001 to 0.01, reflecting the increase in required to maintain nearly constant electron density. However, the discharge contribution to the total volumetric power density was dominant over most of the range covered in Fig. 2.
8.Due to the decrease in enhancement factor corresponding to the increase in for the conditions described here, the discharge is relatively less important at high fractions; this effect also contributes to the reduction in η.
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