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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Short-wavelength far-infrared laser cavity yielding new laser emissions in CD3OH|
|Abstract:||A significantly improved far-infrared laser has been used to generate optically pumped laser emissions from 26 to 150 mum for CD3OH. Using an X-V-pumping geometry, several new laser emissions have been found for CD3OH. In addition, an increase in power, by factors from 10 to 1000, fur many of the previously known shorter-wavelength laser lines, below 100 mum, has been observed. Frequency measurements fur several lines have also been performed and have been reported to a fractional uncertainty up to +/-2 x 10(-7), permitting the spectroscopic assignment of the laser transition. One of the frequency-measured lines, 44.256 mum observed using the 10R34 pump, has confirmed the assignment of the previously reported FIR emission (n, K; J) = (1,7; 20) --> (0, 8; 20)A in the ground vibrational state.|
|Citation:||Applied Physics B-lasers And Optics. Springer-verlag, v. 72, n. 7, n. 815, n. 818, 2001.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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