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Title: Frequency up shift of a high intense laser pulse in a gas filled capillary plasma
Authors: Viswakarma, Nitikant
Sharma, A K
Keywords: H2-gas
parabolic radial electron
alumina tube
capillary wall
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Plasma Science, ICOPS IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts The 31st IEEE, International Conference on, 442p.
Abstract: Summary form only given. A high intensity laser pulse propagates through the H2-gas filled capillary discharge waveguide with parabolic radial electron density profile. The capillary comprises of alumina tube. Laser causes rapid tunnel ionization of aluminium (ionization potential /spl sim/5.986 V) and oxygen (ionization potential /spl sim/13.6 V) introduced into the plasma from the capillary wall. The increasing plasma density leads to a decreasing refractive index, modulating the phase of the laser as it propagates and causing frequency upshift of the laser.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/2241
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