NARROW-BAND EXTREME-ULTRAVIOLET LASER-RADIATION TUNABLE IN THE RANGE 90.5-95-NM - APPLICATION TO THE SPECTROSCOPY OF N2

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Abstract

Tunable, narrowband extreme ultraviolet radiation in the range 90.5-95 nm with only limited intensity variations is produced by frequency-tripling ultraviolet light from a frequency-doubled dye laser in a gas-jet of xenon. Acetylene gas is found to be an efficient medium for third-harmonic generation in this wavelength range as well. The extreme-ultraviolet radiation is applied in a spectroscopic study of the b
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)411-416
JournalApplied Physics B. Lasers and Optics
Volume57
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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