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Continuous laser‐sustained plasmas
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5.A focal spot diameter of 70 μ was estimated for the 2.5‐cm‐focal‐length mirror. This was inferred by focusing the beam with a 0.6‐m‐focal‐length mirror, measuring the aperture size which passed 70% of the power, and then reducing this size by the ratio of focal lengths. If the beam were Gaussian shaped, dividing the power by the 70% aperture area would approximate the peak intensity in the beam. However, since the laser is in a higher‐order mode, the far‐field pattern is not Gaussian and the absolute value of the intensities given in parentheses may only be accurate within a factor of 2 or 3. Because of possible aberrations in the short focal length, the intensity estimates are probably on the high side. The intensities in Table I are given to two significant figures since the relative values are more accurately known than the absolute values.
6.In evaluating the Xe entry in the last column of Table IV, the Xe absorption data were taken from Ref. 3.
7.MIT Wavelength Tables (Wiley, New York, 1939).
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