Boyd, G. D. and Collins, R. J. and Porto, S. P. S. and Yariv, A. and Hargreaves, W. A. (1962) Excitation, Relaxation, and Continuous Maser Action in the 2.613-Micron Transition of CaF2:U3+. Physical Review Letters, 8 (7). pp. 269-274. ISSN 0031-9007 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BOYprl62
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This letter describes an investigation of the 2.613 micron fluorescence of trivalent uranium in CaF2 (CaF2:U3+) and the operation of a continuous solid-state maser using this transition.
|Additional Information:||©1962 The American Physical Society Received 8 March 1962 The authors take pleasure in acknowledging the help of Miss D. M. Dodd who obtained the optical absorption data. Experimental assistance and the techniques and preparation of the crystals were ably performed by A. E> Di Giovanni, D. H. Olson, P. M. Ness, and A. L. Albert; J. M. Dziedzic assisted in the paramagnetic resonance investigation. We are grateful for many helpful discussions with Dr. J. P. Gordon and Dr. D. L. Wood.|
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