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Cherrington B.E. — Gaseous Electronics and Gas Lasers
Cherrington B.E. — Gaseous Electronics and Gas Lasers



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Название: Gaseous Electronics and Gas Lasers

Автор: Cherrington B.E.

Аннотация:

The book stresses the fundamental processes occurring in gas discharges and develops the analytical methods used to calculate important process rates. This background is then applied to detailed analyses of a variety of gas discharges with atomic, ionic and gas lasers being used as primary illustrations as well as important topics of study in their own right. However, the general processes and methods of analysis considered are applicable to any aspect of weakly ionized gas discharges. This book proceeds from the simplest models of a gas discharge through the most complex as the need for greater sophistication becomes apparent. Chapters one through six follow this sequence and complete the analytical framework for the study of gas discharges. Chapters seven through nine blend this framework with a thorough consideration of fundamental rate processes in order to establish the temporal and spatial behavior of charged, neutral and excited species in pulsed and D.C. discharges. Chapters ten through twelve then proceed to an in depth analysis of selected atomic, ionic and molecular gas lasers that are of significant current interest.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 1979

Количество страниц: 266

Добавлена в каталог: 16.11.2009

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Предметный указатель
"G" plot      89—90
$Ar^{+}$-energy level diagram      203
$Ar^{+}$-excitation rate      205
$Ar^{+}$-lasers      202—208
$Cd^{+}$-energy level diagram      201
$CO_{2}$ laser      222—237
$CO_{2}$ laser with $H_{2}O$ additive      234
$CO_{2}$ laser with gas flow      234
$CO_{2}$ laser, collisional decay      228—230
$CO_{2}$ laser, efficiency      237
$CO_{2}$ laser, electron beam controlled      232
$CO_{2}$ laser, energy level diagram      223
$CO_{2}$ laser, energy storage      237
$CO_{2}$ laser, kinetics model      233—237
$CO_{2}$ laser, radiative decay      237
$CO_{2}$-energy level diagram      223
$CO_{2}$-laser efficiency      237
$CO_{2}$-lasers      222—237
$D_{2}$-lasers      222
$H_{2}$-energy level diagram      221
$H_{2}$-laser power      222
$H_{2}$-lasers      220—222
$Kr^{++}$-lasers      208
$NO^{-}$-electron affinity      138
$NO_{2}^{-}$-electron affinity      138
$N_{2}$-energy level diagram      215
$N_{2}$-excitation rate      217
$N_{2}$-laser power      214—215 218—220
$N_{2}$-lasers      214—220
$N_{2}$-lasers, pulsed      217—220
$OH^{-}$-electron affinity      138
$O_{2}^{-}$-electron affinity      138
$Xe_{2}$-energy level diagram      240
$Xe_{2}$-lasers      239—244
A coefficients      162 181 227
Absorption, optical      181—182
Afterglow      115
Afterglow decay of metastables      171
Afterglow in neon      170
Alkali vapors      77—78
ArCl-lasers      245
ArF-lasers      245
Argon discharge      84
Argon Ion Laser      202—208
Argon Ion Laser CW      204—207
Argon Ion Laser, doubly ionized      208
Argon Ion Laser, pulsed      202—203
Argon Ion Laser, saturation      207
Attachment      45—46 115 137—141
Attachment, cross section in $CO_{2}$      46
Attachment, cross section in $H_{2}O$      46
Attachment, cross section in $O_{2}$      46
Attachment, cross section in CO      46
Attachment, dissociative      139
Attachment, radiative      3 138—139
Attachment, rate in $O_{2}$      140—141
Attachment, spatial dependence      137
Attachment, three body      139
Attachment, time dependence      137
Attractive potentials      35—38
Averages energy      50
Averages speed      50
Averages velocity      50
Bloch — Bradbury process      139
Boltzmann equation      57—59 108 254—256
Boltzmann equation expansion in spherical harmonics      59—61 254—256
Boltzmann Equation with elastic collisions      64
Boltzmann Equation with electron-electron collisions      67
Boltzmann Equation with inelastic collisions      69
Boltzmann Equation, moments of      109
Boltzmann Equation, validity of two term expansion      64 95
Bulk electrons      77—85
Cataphoresis      201
Centrifugal potential      35
Characteristic diffusion length      117—120
Characteristic energy      101—102
Charge transfer      3
Collision coulomb      81
Collision cross section      20
Collision elastic      3
Collision electron-molecule      12 27
Collision frequency      22
Collision frequency for ionization      144
Collision frequency, average      104—105
Collision frequency, effective      102—104
Collision frequency, effective DC limit      104
Collision frequency, effective high frequency limit      104
Collision frequency, electron-electron      67
Collision frequency, momentum transfer      12
Collision frequency, momentum transfer in helium      13
Collision frequency, momentum transfer in hydrogen      13
Collision hard sphere      27
Collision inelastic      3 38—46
Collision integral      58—59
Collision integral electron-electron collisions      66—67
Collision integral expansion in spherical harmonics      61—62
Collision integral first order      62—63
Collision integral Krook relaxation model      109
Collision integral zero order      62 64
Collision rates      50 53
Collision superelastic (second kind)      3 70 81 167
Collisional conversion in Ne      166
Collisional decay      162
Collisional decay in $CO_{2}$      228—230
Collisional decay in $Xe_{2}$      243
Collisional decay in KrF      247
Collisional decay temperature dependence      230 234
Conductivity, electrical scalar      14 79 96—97
Conductivity, electrical tensor      15—16
Conductivity, electronic thermal      113
Conductivity, thermal      112
Constant ratio approximation      122 126—127
Constriction      156—158
Constriction in rare gas - monohalide lasers      247—248
Constriction ratio      157
Continuity equation for electrons      109 115 144
Continuity equation for excited species      83 169 173 187 218
Continuity equation in phase space      57
Coulomb collisions      34 81—82
Coulomb potential      6
Cross section      20—21
Cross section, attachment in $CO_{2}$      46
Cross section, attachment in $H_{2}O$      46
Cross section, attachment in $O_{2}$      46
Cross section, attachment in CO      46
Cross section, de-excitation      57
Cross section, differential      20 30—32
Cross section, differential coulomb      32
Cross section, differential hard sphere      31
Cross section, excitation of $CO_{2}$      43 225
Cross section, excitation of $N_{2}$      42 216 225
Cross section, excitation of CO      42 226
Cross section, excitation of He ($2^{1}$S)      41
Cross section, excitation of He ($2^{3}$S)      41 174
Cross section, excitation of Hg ($6^{3}P_{1}$)      53
Cross section, excitation of Ne (1$s_{5}$)      165
Cross section, ionization of $CO_{2}$      43
Cross section, ionization of He      39
Cross section, ionization of He ($2^{3}S$)      40
Cross section, ionization of Ne ($1s_{5}$)      168
Cross section, momentum transfer      32—33
Cross section, momentum transfer $CO_{2}$      23 43
Cross section, momentum transfer $N_{2}$, $0_{2}$      23
Cross section, momentum transfer Cd, Hg, Zn      24
Cross section, momentum transfer coulomb      34
Cross section, momentum transfer hard sphere      33
Cross section, momentum transfer rare gases      23
Cross section, photo absorption in KrF      247
Cross section, photo ionization of $Xe_{2}^{*}$      243
Cross section, recombination in $NO^{+}$      45
Cross section, recombination in $O_{2}^{+}$      45
Cross section, stimulated emission in $Xe_{2}$      243
Cross section, stimulated emission in KrF      247
Cross section, total      32
Cs-Ar discharge      84
Cyclotron frequency electron      16
Cyclotron frequency ion      16
DC discharges      144
DC discharges in Argon      84
DC discharges in Cs-Ar      84
DC discharges, attachment dominated      154—155
DC discharges, constriction and instability      156—158
DC discharges, diffusion dominated      144
DC discharges, electron density variation with current      146
DC discharges, electron temperature      147
DC discharges, longitudinal electric field      147—149
DC discharges, recombination dominated      154—156
DC discharges, spatial distribution of electrons      145
De-excitation, collisional      3
De-excitation, cross section      57
De-excitation, rate      56
De-excitation, three body      164
Debye length      5 123—124
Debye shielding      6—7
Debye sphere      7
Detachment photo      3
Detailed balance      55—58
Deuterium laser (molecular)      222
Dielectric constant, scalar      9 14
Dielectric constant, tensor      16
Differential scattering cross section      30—32
Diffusion      99—100 116—128
Diffusion and recombination      137
Diffusion away from a point source      116—117
Diffusion coefficient for He metastables      188
Diffusion coefficient for Ne metastables      166
Diffusion coefficient, ambipolar      121 126
Diffusion coefficient, parallel      100
Diffusion coefficient, transition      123—124
Diffusion coefficient, transverse      100
Diffusion in a magnetic field      122
Diffusion in cylindrical geometry      118—119
Diffusion in cylindrical geometry of length L      119
Diffusion in cylindrical geometry, spatial mode      119
Diffusion in multi-species discharges      124—127
Diffusion in rectangular geometry      117—118
Diffusion in rectangular geometry, decay time      118
Diffusion in rectangular geometry, spatial mode      118
Diffusion in spherical geometry      119—120
Diffusion in spherical geometry, spatial mode      120
Diffusion length in cylindrical geometry      119
Diffusion length in rectangular geometry      118
Diffusion length in spherical geometry      120
Diffusion length, characteristic      117 123—124
Diffusion, ambipolar      120—122 126
Diffusion, cooling      127—128
Diffusion, cooling in neon      128
Diffusion, equation      116
Diffusion, transition      122—124 151
Diffusion, transition in helium      125—126
Dipole moment      9 14
Discharge Ar      84
Discharge Cs-Ar      84
Dissociation, electron collisional      3
Dissociation, electron collisional of $CO_{2}$      226
Distance of closest approach      26 35—36
Distribution function      49
Distribution function for an applied electric field for speed      52
Distribution function for an applied electric field with electron-electron collisions      66—68
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions      69—75
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in $CO_{2}$      74
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in $CO_{2}:N_{2}:He$      75 231
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in $N_{2}$      73
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in Air      73
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in CO      91—92
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in He      71
Distribution function for an applied electric field with inelastic collisions in Hg      72
Distribution function for an applied electric field, elastic collisions      64—66
Distribution function for an applied electric field, elastic collisions constant collision frequency      65
Distribution function for an applied electric field, elastic collisions constant mean free path      65—66
Distribution function for an applied electric field, normalized      50
Distribution, Boltzmann      55
Distribution, Druyvesteyn      66
Distribution, equilibrium      51
Distribution, Maxwellian      5 51—52
Distribution, Maxwellian for energy      53
Distribution, two temperature      71 77—85
Drift energy      87
Drift velocity      11 12 154
Drift velocity in $CO_{2}:N_{2}:He$      98
Drift velocity in $H_{2}$      101
Effective potential      35
Einstein coefficients      181
Einstein relation      101
Electric field, longitudinal      147—148
Electric field, longitudinal in He      154
Electric field, longitudinal in Hg      151
Electron affinity      137—138
Electron affinity, negative      138
Electron density      4
Electron density distribution      118—120 145 152
Electron energy      25
Electron energy, characteristic      101
Electron energy, characteristic for $CO_{2}:N_{2}:He$      102
Electron energy, characteristic for $H_{2}$      101
Electron-electron collisions      81—82
Electronic gas heating      234
Energy balance (conservation)      17—19 75—79 91 111—112 148 218
Energy balance in helium afterglows      177
Energy flow      81—82
Energy flow in electron gas      85
Energy flow in inelastic collisions      81—82
Energy flow in superelastic collisions      81—82
Energy flow, coulomb      81—82
Energy level diagram, excimer      238
Energy level diagram, three level      78
Energy level diagram, two level      56
Energy loss      77
Energy loss, elastic collisional      12 18 80 87
Energy loss, inelastic collisional      43—44 70 80 88
Energy relaxation, elastic      19
Energy sources, electric field      77 80 85
Energy sources, recombination      77
Energy sources, superelastic      77 81
Energy storage in $CO_{2}$ laser      237
Exciation parameter      92
Excimer lasers      237—248
Excimer-excimer collisions      243
Excitation by He in He-Ne lasers      192
Excitation cross section electronic      40—41
Excitation cross section electronic $CO_{2}$      43
Excitation cross section electronic $N_{2}$      216
Excitation cross section electronic He ($2^{3}S$), ($2^{1}S$)      41 174
Excitation cross section electronic Hg ($6^{3}P_{1}$)      153
Excitation cross section electronic Ne ($1s_{5}$)      165
Excitation exchange, collisional      3 186 200
Excitation exchange, collisional in $CO_{2}$      224—227
Excitation exchange, collisional in KrF      246
Excitation photo      2
Excitation, electron collisional      3
Excitation, rotational      41—42
Excitation, rotational CO      42
Excitation, two step in $Ar^{+}$      204
Excitation, vibrational      41—44
Excitation, vibrational $CO_{2}$      43 225
Excitation, vibrational $N_{2}$      42 225
Excitation, vibrational CO      226
Excited species      161
Excited species $Xe_{2}^{*}$      239 244
Excited species He ($2^{1}S$) metastables      187—188
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