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Intensity Dependent Frequency Shift in Ruby Laser Giant Pulses

Naturevolume 212pages6364 (1966) | Download Citation



IN the course of a general investigation of the spectral outputs of highly monochromatic giant pulse ruby lasers1 we have detected an intensity dependent frequency shift.

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    • D. J. BRADLEY

    Present address: Department of Physics, Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast


  1. Royal Holloway College, Englefield Green, Surrey

    • D. J. BRADLEY
  2. U.K. Atomic Energy Authority, Culham Laboratory, Culham, near Abingdon, Berkshire

    • G. MAGYAR
    •  & M. C. RICHARDSON


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