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HIGH‐POWER BREWSTER WINDOW LASER AT 10.6 MICRONS
1.C. K. N. Patel, Phys. Rev. 136, A1187 (1964).
2.C. K. N. Patel, Appl. Phys. Letters 7, 15 (1965);
2.Proceedings of Physics of Quantum Electronics Conference, Puerto Rico, June 28–30, 1965 (McGraw Hill) to be published.
3.The mechanical design of the Brewster window tube is due to R. J. Kerl.
4.American Institute of Physics Handbook, Second Edition pp. 6–65.
5.Efficiency is here related to the total power dissipated in thetube, no allowance for cathode and anode drops being made.
6.This is a guess at the gas temperature viz 100 °C above the wall temperature.
7.W. R. Bennett, Jr., Appl. Optics, Supplement 1: “Optical Masers” p 24 (1962).
8.Tubes of this type have already given lives of over 100 hr.
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