First sealed-off carbon dioxide pulsed Transversel

Made:
1968-1978 in Defford
maker:
Services Electronics Research Laboratory

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First sealed-off carbon dioxide pulsed Transversely Excited Atmospheric (T.E.A.) laser, by Services Electronics Research Laboratory, Worcester, England, c. 1973.

Details

Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1982-140
Materials:
bakelite (plastic), copper (metal), glass, plastic (unidentified), steel (metal)
type:
laser
credit:
Royal Signals and Radar Establishment

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