The region of the electromagnetic spectrum ranging from 0.00 nm to 10nm.

Xenon Chloride Lasers

The xenon chloride (XeCl) laser is a member of the excimer laser family and produces high-energy laser pulses at 308 nm. Pulse widths in commercial systems range from 20 to 30 nsec, with pulse repetition rates of up to 2000 Hz. Pulse energy can be over 500 mJ/pulse.