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Multi-atmosphere picosecond CO2 amplifier optically pumped at 4.3 μm

Abstract

The possibility of the amplification of picosecond 10 μm pulses to gigawatt powers in an optically pumped 20 atmosphere CO2 laser is shown using numerical simulations. Multi-millijoule 4.3 μm pulses generated by a tunable Fe:ZnSe laser are considered for pumping.

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