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By Don Herweck

Strength is throughout us. people use power, machines use strength, and warmth and tool use strength. strength is located in lots of varieties, and there are lots of strength assets. individuals are operating to advance new, renewable resources of strength for destiny generations.

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The three points A, B, C in the cartesian coordinate system on the left belong to the three two-electron configurations pictured on the right. (b) Potential energy V(sl,s2) of the two-electron system. (From Kuhn 1955) the corresponding extinction coefficient at least a factor o f 10 6 lower than that in spin-allowed n ~ n* transitions. Proceeding finally f r o m the two-electron wave function to the N-electron wave function, the following picture o f the eigenstates o f the dye molecule is obtained (Fig.

The one process that is directly used in dye lasers is the radiative transition from the first excited singlet state $1 to the ground state G. 12e2/moCo)92f , where p is the refractive index o f the solution, e0 is the charge and m0 is the mass of the electron, Co is the velocity of light, and "~ denotes the wave number o f the center of the absorption band. This relation is valid if the half-width o f the emission band is small and its position is not shifted significantly from that of the absorption band.

1966) 10-~ c o n t e n t rat ion (mot / I ) t h a n 30 ps by sharpening the front o f the p u m p pulse by first p u m p i n g a standard b r o a d b a n d dye laser with the excimer laser in order to produce a steeply rising dye laser pulse which then p u m p e d the quenched resonator transient arrangement, as shown in Fig. 29. A theoretical treatment o f this m e t h o d and a further experimental refinement was reported recently by Simon et al. (1986). As explained above, it is not difficult to calculate the oscillation wavelength o f a laser-pumped dye laser near threshold.

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