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CW LASER ON VIBRATIONAL‐ROTATIONAL TRANSITIONS OF CO
1.C. K. N. Patel, Phys. Rev. Letters 13, 617 (1964).
2.Using a similar system, recently Legay‐Sommaire et al. [N. Legay‐Sommaire, L. Henry, and F. Legay, Compt. rend. 260, 3339 (1965)] have reported CW laser oscillation on 36 lines but their resolution was not sufficient to allow identification of these lines.
3.C. K. N. Patel, Appl. Phys. Letters 5, 81 (1964).
4.From the frequency measurement data in ref. 3 (for ) the same conclusion has been reached.
5.C. K. N. Patel (to be published in Phys. Rev.).
6.L. Goldberg and E. A. Müller, Astrophys, J. 118, 397 (1953).
7.C. K. N. Patel, Proceedings of Physics of Quantum Electronics Conference (June 28–30, 1965, San Juan, Puerto Rico) to be published.
8.C. K. N. Patel, (unpublished).
9. where is the energy of υth Vibrational level.
10.Using a pulsed discharge in streaming mixtures, Howe and McFarlane (J. A. Howe and R. A. McFarlane, to be published) have obtained pulsed laser action in CO up to They also report the necessity of small change in the Vibrational constants. However, their accuracy of frequency determination is about
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