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Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics

, Volume 19, Issue 6, pp 561–567 | Cite as

Possibility of creating a gamma-laser

  • Yu. A. Il'inskii
  • R. V. Khokhlov
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Conclusions

It follows from what has been expounded above that the creation of a gamma-laser is a very complex problem. However, many problems in this direction have not yet been solved even in principle. Nevertheless, work on the problem of the gamma-laser which has been carried out in recent years has shown that there are still many possibilities and ways of approaching the conditions under which stimulated gamma-radiation begins.

In order to achieve such conditions, it is necessary to solve many more physics problems than purely engineering problems. Under these conditions a solution of these problems is of great significance not only with regard to the gamma-laser problem itself but also for various fields of physics (narrowing of a Mössbauer line, spectroscopy of the excited states of nuclei, magnetic and quadrupole moments of excited nuclear spins, etc.).

Keywords

Spectroscopy Excited State Complex Problem Engineering Problem Physic Problem 
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  • R. V. Khokhlov

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