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Brocklesby, W. S., Coleman, A. P., Rutt, H. N. and Sarkies, J. R. (1994) Inorganic Liquid Hosts for Mid Infrared Lanthanide Lasers. In: European CLEO Conference, 28 August - 2 September 1994, Amsterdam.


Gill, D. S., Zaldo, C., Eason, R. W., Hewak, D. W., Medeiros Neto, J. A. and Rutt, H. N. (1994) Fabrication and application of Ga:La:S glasses at the University of Southampton. In: Society of Glass Technology. UK Special Interest Group: Glasses for Optoelectronics Photosensitive Glasses, 15 April 1994, Harlow.


Rutt, H. N. (1994) The effect of visible and near infrared illumination on the mid infrared transmission of silicon and germanium. In: SPIE International Symposium on Optics, Imaging and Instrumentation, July 1994, San Diego. pp. 100-107.

Rutt, H. N. (1994) Optimisation of SPRITE integration and readout lengths. In: SPIE International Symposium on Optics, Imaging and Instrumentations, July 1994, San Diego. pp. 126-135.

Rutt, H. N. (1994) Book Review of Principles of Free-electron Lasers ISBN 0 412 45790 3 1994. Progress in Quantum Electronics (18). pp. 451-452.

Rutt, H. N. (1994) Far infrared radiation - another view. OE Reports . p. 8.

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