Determination of Plasma Temperature of Copper Vapour laser
Moradi, A. R.
Journal of Plasma Physics
Cambridge University Press
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The output power and the temperature profile of a copper vapour laser were investigated versus frequency with various kinds of back mirror in its resonator cavity. A semi-experimental method was used for measuring the plasma temperature and obtaining the temperature profile with various back mirrors. The obtained plasma temperature through this method has good agreement with the operational temperature of the laser.
Copper vapour laser
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022377816000052
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