The optical absorption or emission data of Cr:LISAF (Cr:LiSrAlF6). This data was part of the NASA Laser Spectra Database found on the web until December of 2005. This information was created by Pat Cross working at the NASA Langley Research Center. I have reworked the data to produce these interactive graphs and to provide direct links to text files containing the raw and manipulated data. Although I have tried to be careful, I may have introduced some errors; the cautious user is advised to compare these results with the original sources.

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The spectra was collected by DJR on 16 October 1994. The sample was 2.1400 mm thick. The sample orientation was unknown.

Spectra were recorded from 300 to 900nm every 1nm at room temperature. The incident light had P-polarization.

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