flame laser

flame laser

[′flām ‚lā·zər]
(optics)
A molecular gas laser in which gases such as carbon disulfide and oxygen are mixed at low pressures and ignited; the flame is then self-sustaining and produces carbon monoxide laser emission.
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The topics include the physics of high-intensity laser-plasma interactions, particle beam diagnostics and control, preliminary results of the self-injection test experiment at the FLAME laser facility, the laser-driven acceleration of ions, the polarization of laser-accelerated ions, and radiation protection for laser-based accelerators.