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Title Air lasing / Pavel Polynkin, Ya Cheng, editors.

Published Cham : Springer, [2018]

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Physical description 1 online resource (xii, 143 pages) : 107 illustrations, 95 illustrations in color.
Series Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 ; 208
Springer series in optical sciences ; 208. 0342-4111
Springer Physics and Astronomy eBooks 2018 English+International
Contents Preface -- 1. Diagnostic properties of two-photon pumped stimulated emission in atmospheric species -- 2. High-gain air lasing by multi-photon pumping of atomic species -- 3. The role of electron collisions in lasing in neutral and singly ionized molecular nitrogen -- 4. Molecular rotational effects in free-space N+2 lasers induced by strong-field ionization -- 5. Filament-initiated lasing in neutral molecular nitrogen -- 6. Filament-assisted impulsive Raman spectroscopy.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book presents the first comprehensive, interdisciplinary review of the rapidly developing field of air lasing. In most applications of lasers, such as cutting and engraving, the laser source is brought to the point of service where the laser beam is needed to perform its function. However, in some important applications such as remote atmospheric sensing, placing the laser at a convenient location is not an option. Current sensing schemes rely on the detection of weak backscattering of ground-based, forward-propagating optical probes, and possess limited sensitivity. The concept of air lasing (or atmospheric lasing) relies on the idea that the constituents of the air itself can be used as an active laser medium, creating a backward-propagating, impulsive, laser-like radiation emanating from a remote location in the atmosphere. This book provides important insights into the current state of development of air lasing and its applications.
Other author Polynkin, Pavel, editor.
Cheng, Ya, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Lasers.
Atmospheric physics.
Atmosphere -- Laser observations.
Lasers in aeronautics.
Remote sensing.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319652207
3319652206
3319652192
9783319652191
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-65220-7