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High-temperature fuel decomposition is an important aspect of fuel chemistry, and a thorough understanding of this process is necessary for accurately describing combustion chemistry. In light of the rapid growth of the private-sector launch industry, studying kerosene rocket fuels is especially interesting now. This understanding is not only vital because oxidation chemistry builds upon pyrolytic behavior, but also because it applies to coolants in state-of-the-art combustors and offers insight into the entire process of coke formation. A key indicator of these processes are the ethylene time histories during decomposition of rocket propellants. 

  1. Average power of 200mW 
  2. Tunable single-line emission
  3. Stable average power output
  4. Narrow linewidth 
  5. High mode quality
  6. Continuous Wave or Pulse-Width Modulated operation

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