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0 e V ) in an argon-based gas mixture ( W - 2 0 e V ) , the quantum efficiency is 25070, although other losses which have been discussed earlier will reduce this figure substantially. 88]. A KrF laser pumped by electron beams arranged at 90 ° intervals around the circumference of a cylindrical laser volume is shown in Fig. 16. This system has an output energy of 250 J in a pulse of 50 ns duration, produced with an intrinsic efficiency of up to 11% (see Fig. 12). For this system, a capacitor, with water as the dielectric medium, is charged from a Marx bank Excimer Lasers 43 Fig.
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