The result of experimental studies of the parameters of a giant-pulse radiation generated by this type of ruby lasers with electrooptical switching of a branched combined cavity are presented.
Optical laser systems with the self-injection of initiating giant-pulse radiation in a linear combined cavity are described.
The corresponding results of experimental studies of the characteristics of double-pulse radiation from this type of ruby laser are presented.
The design of a double ionization chamber is described and an example of its use for the quantitative detection of pulse radiation fluxes in the vacuum ultraviolet region (hν ～ 9-70 eV) in strong magnetic fields is given.
The design of a repetitively pulsed HF(DF) gas-discharge laser with an active-medium volume of 60 × 2.3 × 1.2 cm3, a pulse radiation energy of 1.6 (1.2) J, and a pulse repetition rate of 1-2 Hz is described.
The reaction mechanism between isoquinoline and ·OH radical in aqueous dilute solutions under different conditions was studied by pulse radiolysis.
The conclusions by the model were compared with the results of previous studies on the kinetics of formation and decay of geminate pairs upon pulse radiolysis or flash photolysis of doped poly(methyl methacrylate).
The published data on the formation and decay kinetics in doped polystyrene upon its pulse radiolysis or photolysis were thoroughly analyzed.
The rate constants of reactions of the NO3?radical with hydrazoic acid (7.6 × 106l mol-1s-1) and the hydrazonium ion (2.3 × 106l mol-1s-1) in 6 M nitric acid at 290 ± 2 K were measured by a pulse radiolysis technique.
The radiation-chemical discoloration of evacuated alcoholic solutions of the azo dye 1-(2-pyridylazo)-2-naphthol was studied using a pulse radiolysis technique.