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Amplification of High-Power Picosecond 10-μm Pulses in Atmospheric CO2 laser

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Abstract

3 ps pulses are amplified to >10 GW peak power in a TEA CO2 laser using ac Stark broadening. Demonstration of such broadband amplification opens opportunities for a powerful mid-IR source at a high-repetition rate.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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