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cw optically pumped 12‐μm NH3 laser
1.J. J. Gallagher, M. D. Blue, B. Bean, and S. Perkowitz, Infrared Phys. 17, 43 (1977).
2.The theory of Raman processes in optically pumped lasers has been treated by many authors; see, for example, R. L. Panock and R. L. Temkin, IEEE J. Quantum Electron. QE‐13, 425 (1977) and cited references.
3.cw Raman lasers have been reported for FIR transitions in G. D. Willenberg, U. Hübner, and J. Heppner, Opt. Commun. 33, 193 (1980);
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7.This value corresponds to 9 W transmitted through mirror into the cavity.
8.F. W. Taylor, J. Quantum Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer 13, 1181 (1973).
9.Recently, we have increased the output power to a value of 900 mW.
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