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Volume 134. number 1 CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 13 February 1987 COOPERATIVE PHOTOPRODUCTION OF Xet Cl-IN LIQUID ClJXe SOLUTIONS
 

Summary: Volume 134. number 1 CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 13 February 1987
COOPERATIVE PHOTOPRODUCTION OF Xet Cl- IN LIQUID ClJXe SOLUTIONS:
STIMULATED EMISSION AND GAIN MEASUREMENTS
Lawrence WIEDEMAN, Mario E. FAJARDO and V.A. APKARIAN
Department of Chemistry, Untversity of California, Irvine, CA 92717, USA
Received 27 October 1986
Cooperative photogeneration of Xe: Cl- can be accomplished by near UV laser excitation of Cl,IXe solutions with a high
quantum efficiency. Gain measurements on the Xe,' Cl- (4 2F ) transition are reported. The liquid phase rare gas halides should
be regarded as a family of ideal "dye" lasers.
1. Introduction
In the preceding Letter [ 11, herein referred to as
II, we discussed the correspondence of the charge
transfer states of chlorine-doped solid xenon to an
ideal four-level laser. While stimulated emission can
effectively be induced, the solids are poor candidates
as laser media due to their extensive scattering prop-
erties. This concern is inconsequential for the case of
the liquid phase exciplexes. The kinetic energy release
in the radiative dissociation of the triatomic exciplex
can be fully accommodated between excitation

  

Source: Apkarian, V. Ara - Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine

 

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