GASEOUS LASER RESEARCH.
Interim engineering rept. no. 3, 1 Nov 64-31 Jan 65,
RAYTHEON CO WALTHAM MASS
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Emphasis was placed on a spontaneous emission studies of level population dependences on gas pressure, discharge current and tube diameter b laser power output studies as function of the same parameters as in a c measurements of metastable densities via absorption studies and d investigations of parameter change effects in the computer model of a discharge excited laser system. Results are presented and conclusions are drawn concerning the excitation mechanisms responsible for the laser action in pure xenon discharge excited laser systems. Author