Extremely random and selective Bibliography

(collected to understand some old data)
  1. ``The Dynamics of Single-Mode Operation of High-Pressure CO2 Laser by Means of Saturable Absorbers'' by

    T. DeTemple and A. V. Nurmikko in

    Optics Communications, 4, Nº 3, pp. 231-233 (November 1971)

  2. ``Fast CO2-Laser Modulation by Hot Carriers'' by

    K.-H. Miller, G. Nimtz, and M. Selders in

    Applied Physics Letters, 20, Nº 8, pp. 322-323 (15 April 1972)

  3. ``Focal spot size dependence of gas breakdown induced by particulate ionization'' by

    G. H. Canavan and P. E. Nielsen in

    Applied Physics Letters, 22, Nº 8, pp. 409-410 (15 April 1973)

  4. ``Spectral Broadening in the Light Transmitted through a Rapidly Growing Plasma'' by

    Eli Yablonovitch in

    Physical Review Letters, 31, Nº 14, pp. 877-879 (1 October 1973)

  5. ``Gas-Breakdown Dependence on Beam Size and Pulse Duration with 10.6-µ Wavelength Radiation'' by

    David C. Smith in

    Applied Physics Letters, 19, Nº 10, pp. 405-408 (15 November 1973)

  6. ``Single Longitudinal Mode Operation of High-Pressure Pulsed CO2 Lasers'' by

    A. Gondhalek, E. Holzhauer, and N. R. Heckenberg in

    Physics Letters, 46A, Nº 3, pp. 229-230 (17 December 1973)

  7. ``Short CO2 laser pulse generation by optical free induction decay'' by

    Eli Yablonovitch and J. Goldhar in

    Applied Physics Letters, 25, Nº 10, pp. 580-582 (1 December 1975)

  8. ``CO2 oscillator-pulse shaper-amplifier system producing 0.1 J in a 500 psec laser pulse jitter'' by

    Hoi-Sing Kwok and Eli Yablonovitch in

    Review of Scientific Instruments, 46, Nº 7, pp. 814-816 (July 1975)

  9. ``Generation of a Short Optical Pulse of Arbitrary Shape and Phase Variation'' by

    Eli Yablonovitch in

    IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, QE-11, Nº 9, pp. 789-791 (September 1975)

  10. ``Electrical triggering of an optical breakdown plasma with subnanosecond jitter'' by

    H. S. Kwok and E. Yablonovitch in

    Applied Physics Letters, 27, Nº 11, pp. 583-585 (1 December 1975)

  11. ``A fast scalable switching technique for high-power CO2 laser radiation'' by

    A. J. Alcock, P. B. Corkum, and D. J. James in

    Applied Physics Letters, 27, Nº 12, pp. 680-682 (15 December 1975)

  12. ``Fast transient spectroscopy of the free-carrier plasma edge in Ge'' by

    S. A. Jamison, A. V. Nurmikko, and H. J. Gerritsen in

    Applied Physics Letters, 29, Nº 10, pp. 640-643 (15 November 1976)

  13. ``30-psec CO2 laser pulses generated by optical free induction decay'' by

    H. S. Kwok and E. Yablonovitch in

    Applied Physics Letters, 30, Nº 3, pp. 158-160 (1 February 1977)

  14. ``Generation of single synchronizable picosecond 1.06-µm pulses'' by

    I. V. Tomov, R. Fedosejevs, and M. C. Richardson in

    Applied Physics Letters, 30, Nº 3, pp. 164-166 (1 February 1977)

  15. ``High-power subnanosecond pulses from an injection mode-locked multiatmosphere CO2 oscillator'' by

    P. B. Corkum, A. J. Alcock, D. F. Rollin, and H. D. Morrison in

    Applied Physics Letters, 32, Nº 1, pp. 27-29 (1 January 1978)

  16. ``Generation of picosecond pulses of variable duration at 10.6µm'' by

    S. A. Jamison and A. V. Nurmikko in

    Applied Physics Letters, 33, Nº 7, pp. 598-600 (1 October 1978)

  17. ``Nonlinear transmission of picosecond 10.6µm pulses in InSb'' by

    B. D. Schwartz, P. M. Fauchet, and A. V. Nurmikko in

    Optics Letters, 5, Nº 9, pp. 371-373 (September 1980)

  18. ``A high-power, power-modulated TEA CO2 laser system as a driving source of electrostatic plasma waves'' by

    Koichi Sasaki, Kouichi Takahashi, Takaharu Fujii, Masaaki Nagatsu, and Takashige Tsukishima in

    Review of Scientific Instruments, 63, Nº 9, pp. 4086-4091 (September 1992)

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