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Ruberg; Wolfgang
Aschheim, DE
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5097475 Arrangement for the input of energy into a gas-swept electrical gas discharge March 17, 1992
A high electrical power is input in a gas-swept electrical discharge for gas laser by controlling with a high electrical efficiency and without dissipative resistance. A discharge chamber is swept through with a gas at a high velocity wherein transverse to the flow direction, the gas
5067135 Gas laser apparatus November 19, 1991
A discharge device, especially for a gas laser, has a discharge chamber through which a gas flows at high velocity and the gas discharge burns as a steady-field discharge between an anode and a cathode lying opposite the anode as the main electrodes extending transversely of the gas flow
5033059 Gas laser apparatus July 16, 1991
A discharge device for a gas laser has an AC-supplied pre-ionizing electrode enveloped in dielectric material, which has a length corresponding approximately to that of the cathode and anode and lies ahead of the cathode and anode in the direction of the flow of the gas, and which is

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