Characteristics of excimer laser-generated pulsed Na beams

@inproceedings{Chen1991CharacteristicsOE,
  title={Characteristics of excimer laser-generated pulsed Na beams},
  author={Kuo-mei Chen and Chen-nan Kuo and Cheng-dao Lin and Tzu-feng Tseng and Ching-chwan Pan and Ming-jeng Lin and Gaw-pying Wang and Cheng-chih Pei},
  year={1991}
}
Abstract Characteristics of excimer laser-generated pulsed Na beams are studied by time-resolved emission spectroscopy and LIF techniques. Fast speed Rydberg state Na atoms, slow speed Na * 2 and Na atoms are identified experimentally. Their formation mechanisms are attributed to the inverse bremsstrahlung and the photothermal processes. Rydberg state metal atoms with kinetic energies in the range of a few to more than 100 eV can be generated by this laser vaporization technique. 

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