Computer Modeling of Gas Lasers by Kenneth Smith

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V- V Energy- Transfer Processes among the Three Vibrational Modes of C02, T3 We consider energy transfer between the asymmetric stretching mode, Vt, as shown in Fig. 7. In this figure, the transfer processes represerited by dashed lines are the three-mode generalization of the two-mode system derived in Eq. 118 ). If we label the states 1, 2, 3 as in Man es and Seguin, (11) then the generalization of Eq. 16) 34 Chapter 2 Sec. 4 Tvv(T, T2)- 1 = Nc 02 kwo,oto exp( +h(v 2 - v3)/ kT)[exp(hv2/ kT2)-1]- 1 x{exp[hv2 / kT2 + h(v3 - v2 )/ kT] -1} Tvv(T, 7 1)- 1 = Nc02 k 100, 001 exp(h(vt- v3)j kT)[exp(hvt!

2. 7 Chapter 2 50 Tab/e 2. 5 X T20 N -co, k1 Öoo·o~oot r=, · ·· Iargest of 020;100 T12 kNz 020;100 kHe 020;100 r=, kco 020;100 { 1. 100 lO"b 1,000;0. 7 /T 113 + 2683/T 213 ). n:;. 1 oo· The temperature dependence of co 2 k 010;000, co 2 k 001:110. 001 was obtained by Fisher

50), we have the form for W given in Eq. 58); and (iii) electronic excitation, (2. 70a) Ne(t)Nco 2 hv1XI(T) where Ne(t) is the number of electrons per unit volume at timet, and where X1 is the effective electron vibrational excitation rate for the Symmetrie stretching mode. 70b) Ez is the energy density stored in the doubly degenerate bending mode which relaxes via V-T transitions to the ground state Tzo [see Eq. (2. 71a) (ii) V-V transitions with the symmetric mode r 12 ; and (iii) V-V transitions among the three modes of COz ( r 3 ).

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