Investigation of operational parameters on copper bromide laser output power

Physics, Laser

Keywords: Copper Bromide Laser, Operational parameter, He and Ne buffer gas


In this work, a copper bromide laser with an active medium length of 58 cm and an inner diameter of 20 mm was designed and constructed. He and Ne were used as buffer gases. The effect of reservoir temperature, He and Ne buffer gas pressure, frequency and electrical input power on the output power were investigated. The result of experiments shows that an optimum laser efficiency was obtained at the electrical input power of 2.1kW and corresponding operational temperature of 510 oC. The maximum output powers, 4 and 6 W, with use of He and Ne buffer gases, were determined at pressures 11 and 24 torr, respectively.


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Author Biography

S Mohammadpour Lima, Department of Physics, Chalous Branch, Islamic Azad University, Chalous, Iran


Dr. Sadegh Mohammad Pour Lima is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physics at Chalous Azad University. He obtained a Master of Science degree from Tehran University and obtained his Ph.D. degree in Condensed Matter from Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran. He conducts research predominately in the following areas: Gas Lasers, Density Functional Theory, Condensed Matter.


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How to Cite
Mohammadpour Lima, S. (2019). Investigation of operational parameters on copper bromide laser output power. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences (IJFPS), 9(3), 26-29.