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Laser‐induced waveguide propagation concept
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7.The asterisk indicates the Gaussian‐Laguerre expression for the fields of stable resonator modes.
8.In the case of ther mode the beam radius a is the radius to the intensity maximum, whereas for the mode it is the radius to the point on the on‐axis intensity.
9.The short‐time distortion parameter also must be small in order to avoid short time or t‐cubed blooming. For details see for example, D. C. Smith “High‐Power Laser Propagation: Thermal Blooming,” Proc. IEEE 65, 1679 (1977).
10.The pulse of radiation at approximately 33 msec in Fig. 4(a) for the case of the lensing is due to the turn on of the cw portion of the hybrid laser before the mechanical shutter closes and should be ignored.
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