Abstract

Expressions are derived for the total energy density of the pumping light in the interior of a ruby rod and for the rate of photon absorption from the pumping light when the polychromatic nature of the pumping light is taken into account. The expressions are evaluated numerically.

© 1964 Optical Society of America

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