DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS

DIMOU L, Faisal F (1992)
PHYSICAL REVIEW A 46(7): 4442-4444.

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Decay widths of metastable hydrogen atoms subjected to the intense field of the currently available KrF* laser (lambda = 248 nm) and ArF* laser (lambda = 193 nm) are calculated by solving the full (3+1)-dimensional Schrodinger equation in the space-translated frame of reference. The critical intensities, above which the suppression of ionization decay sets in, are found to be I(c) congruent to 2.5 x 10(14) and 7 x 10(14) W/cm2 for lambda = 248 and 193 nm, respectively.
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DIMOU L, Faisal F. DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS. PHYSICAL REVIEW A. 1992;46(7):4442-4444.
DIMOU, L., & Faisal, F. (1992). DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 46(7), 4442-4444.
DIMOU, L., and Faisal, F. (1992). DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS. PHYSICAL REVIEW A 46, 4442-4444.
DIMOU, L., & Faisal, F., 1992. DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 46(7), p 4442-4444.
L. DIMOU and F. Faisal, “DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS”, PHYSICAL REVIEW A, vol. 46, 1992, pp. 4442-4444.
DIMOU, L., Faisal, F.: DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS. PHYSICAL REVIEW A. 46, 4442-4444 (1992).
DIMOU, L, and Faisal, Farhard. “DECAY OF METASTABLE H-ATOMS IN INTENSE EXCIMER LASERS”. PHYSICAL REVIEW A 46.7 (1992): 4442-4444.
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