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yes, that is the hard part because xenon is only liquid for 5 degrees celcius. I would probobly have a good chance if the aparatus (container) is also in (l)N2.
i could (and would) ave better luck with a gas refining company.
Could someone point me to specificaly how gas lasers work, the wavelengths, principles, etc.? The wikipedia page is seriously lacking.
Because they all operate differently.

FYI, most people would find Xenon lasers boring...They're made as excimer lasers for pulsed UV for machining. I do believe a few experimental ion tubes were made, but it's not something you'd be able to make at home, and even if you did it would likely be in the neighborhood of buying a small house/expensive car.


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Would the CO2 laser be safer and / or easier than an he-ne laser? I want to eventually make a yellow halide laser.
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It'd be far more dangerous than a HeNe. But as a general whole the construction is similar.
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that's what i thought, i'd wrather spend more money on a beam that i can see, and test properly.
i may do that. I am going to start a new thread, we are too off track.
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Does the jello have to be room temperature? Because its minus 15 here and I could totally nail frozen jello to a tree.

But really, teams phsysists with degrees and much more resources than yourself have only achieved experimental xenon lasers. I don't get how you think you'll be able to do it.
a long time ago I heard rumors some scientists lased Jello. You got flash lamps and jello. Give it a try. Lol

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a long time ago I heard rumors some scientists lased Jello. You got flash lamps and jello. Give it a try. Lol
I actually am currently trying to do this. I'm trying to use Rhodamine 6G doped Jell-o pumped with an N2 laser. (No joke)
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I actually am currently trying to do this. I'm trying to use Rhodamine 6G doped Jell-o pumped with an N2 laser. (No joke)
Any luck? Try the different colors without using fancy chemicals. I'd like to see if common Jello could be lased. I imagined an array of xenon flasers a coffe can, a jello laser cavity. Lol
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Any luck? Try the different colors without using fancy chemicals. I'd like to see if common Jello could be lased. I imagined an array of xenon flasers a coffe can, a jello laser cavity. Lol
I don't think Jell-o has the correct properties to lase on it's own, however doped gelatin has lased before, and hopefully it will lase again soon . If this works I might even try to dope it with neodymium, and make an Nd:Jell-o laser XD. there was a section on Sam's laser FAQ about orange Jell-o having some kind of dye in it that could make it laseable, but was pulled by the FDA as a toxin . I don't know if this is true or not, but hey, if someone can confirm this then I'll start keeping an eye out for "vintage Jell-o" .
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The medium is the easy part!!! It's the mirrors that are hard!
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The medium is the easy part!!! It's the mirrors that are hard!
Of course! No one said it would be hard to add a little R6G to to jello, however aligning mirrors... *shudders*. I've only had the patience to do that once in my life .
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Aligning the laser mirrors isn't even the terrible part; I was talking about making them or even just buying them.
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Aligning the laser mirrors isn't even the terrible part; I was talking about making them or even just buying them.
Good thing I already have them then .
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Good thing I already have them then .
Small bits of silver jello make great jello laser mirrors.
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