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Hydrogen Backward Lasing in Atmospheric Air for Remote Detection

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Abstract

We present atomic hydrogen backwards lasing in ambient air. The 656nm stimulated emission follows two-photon excitation of atomic hydrogen obtained from dissociation of water or other H-containing molecule, allowing for standoff optical gas detection.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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