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Changes in the rod in a solid-state laser on heating by the pumping light

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Veduta, A.P., Leontovich, A.M. & Matyushin, G.A. Changes in the rod in a solid-state laser on heating by the pumping light. J Appl Spectrosc 8, 149–152 (1968).

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