Abstract

Optogalvanic spectra of atomic neon and argon have been obtained by irradiating miniature glow discharge lamps with a pulsed, tunable dye laser. The method is shown to be useful for wavelength calibration of tunable lasers, and the resonant lines are cataloged. Two-photon absorption lines in neon are observed when the laser is focused into a small region of the discharge.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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