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Buffer Gases Pressures Effect on Diode Pumped Rubidium Vapor Laser

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We discuss the methane pressure within buffer gases effects on the performance of diode pumped rubidium vapor laser. With the methane pressure increasing from 100torr to 760torr, fluorescence efficiency decreases, optical-to-optical efficiency increases 10% approximately.

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