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Remote backwards lasing in air

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We demonstrate high gain lasing in air from two-photon dissociation of molecular oxygen and simultaneous resonant two-photon pumping of an atomic oxygen fragment. This backwards emission provides a remote laser source for standoff detection.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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