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FREQUENCY LOCKING AND DYE SPECTRAL HOLE BURNING IN Q‐SPOILED LASERS
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9.In support of this theory we found that the spectral line width of a ruby laser, mode selected with a resonant reflector, was a monotonic, increasing function of the angular velocity of the Q‐spoiling prism. At the longest period (2.5 msec) the line width was At a period of 0.64 msec the line width doubled.
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