The output characteristics are described of an X-ray preionized discharge pumped XeCl laser, fed by a low-impedance pulse forming line (PFL), at pressures up to 12 bar. The influence of a multichannel rail gap placed between the PFL and the laser head on the output energy was studied. We found an increase of output energy with increasing pressure up to 8 bar. At higher pressures a saturation behaviour was found. The maximum output energy per unit volume was 6.5 J/l.
|Journal||Applied physics B: Photophysics and laser chemistry|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|
Gerritsen, J. W., & Ernst, G. J. (1988). High-pressure behaviour of an X-ray preionized discharge pumped XeCl laser. Applied physics B: Photophysics and laser chemistry, 46(2), 141-146. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00686467