Abstract

The 1-MW 3-nsec output from a commercial nitrogen laser has been frequency tripled in krypton to generate vacuum-ultraviolet 1124-Å radiation. Conversion efficiencies of up to 10−6 and optimum krypton gas pressures as high as 4–5 atm were found. Preliminary experiments using a para-terphenyl dye laser have yielded tunable radiation in the 1116–1165-Å region.

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