Abstract

The experimental conditions for a 1.25-kW visible (green) chemical laser are detailed. In this system, a supersonic oxygen–iodine laser is optically coupled straightforwardly to a nitrogen fluoride DFlike supersonic flow. The design conditions presented here are based on previously unpublished experimental and theoretical results that are shown to be in good agreement.

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