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Diode-pumped zig-zag slab laser for inertial fusion energy and applications

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A quasi-cw 290-kW diode-pumped zig-zag slab laser is being developed in order to demonstrate a concept of the IFE driver. Thermally managed amplifier has yielded a gain of 10, promising 10-J output at 10 Hz.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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