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  1. The Free-Molecule Impact-Pressure Probe of Arbitrary Length, D. E. Rothe
       and J. H. deLeeuw, AIAA Journal 1, 220-221 (1963).
  2. A Numerical Solution for the Free Molecule Impact-Pressure Probe
      Relations for Tubes of Arbitrary Length, J. H. deLeeuw and D. E. Rothe,
      UTIAS Report 88, University of Toronto (December 1962).
  3. Flow Visualization Using a Traversing Electron Beam, AIAA Journal 3,
      1945-1946 (1965).
  4. Electron-Beam Studies of the Diffusive Separation of Helium-Argon
      Mixtures, Phys. Fluids 9, 1643-1658 (1966).
  5. Electron-Beam Studies of the Diffusive Separation of Helium-Argon
      Mixtures in Free Jets and Shock Waves, UTIAS Rep. 114, Univ. of Toronto,
  6. Radiative Ion-Electron Recombination in a Sodium-Seeded Plasma,
      JQSRT 9, 49-62 (1969).
  7. A Study of Energy Transfer Processes in Ionized Gases, D. E. Rothe and W.
      H. Wurster, CAL Report RM-2295-A-1, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory,
      Buffalo, NY (June 1968).
  8. Emission Spectra of Atmospheric Gases Excited by an Electron Beam, D. J.
      McCaa and D. E. Rothe, AIAA Journal 7, 1648-2652 (1969).
  9. Radiative Capture of Electrons by Chlorine, Bromine and Iodine Atoms,
      Phys. Rev. 117, 93-99 (1969).
10. Emission Spectra of Molecular Gases Excited by 10 keV Electrons, D. E.
      Rothe and D. J. McCaa, CAL Report 165, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory,
      Buffalo, NY (1968).
11. Radiative Electron Recombination into the First Excited State of Lithium,
      JQSRT 11, 355-365 (1971).
12. Electron Beam Studies of Low Reynolds Number Flows Inside a deLaval
      Nozzle, AIAA Paper 70-810, 3rd Fluid and Plasma Dynamics Conf., Los
      Angeles, CA  (June 1970).
13. Electron-Beam Studies of Viscous Flows in Supersonic Nozzles, AIAA
      Journal 9, 809-811 (1971).
14. Experimental Study of Viscous Low-Density Nozzle Flows, CAL Report
      A1-2590-A-2, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Buffalo, NY (June 1970).
15. Development of a Line-Tunable, Fundamental-Mode, Pulsed HF/DF Laser,
      RADC TR-73-173, Rome Air Dev. Ctr., Griffiss AF Base, NY (April 1973).
16. Spectral Tuning and Single-Mode Operation of a Superradiant HF/DF
      Laser, IEEE/IEDM Technical Digest, 453-455 (December 1973).
17. High Power N2+ Laser Pumped by Charge Transfer in a High-Pressure
      Glow Discharge, D. E. Rothe and K. O. Tan, Appl. Phys. Lett. 30, 152 (1977).
18. Scaling Studies of Self-Sustained Discharge-Excited RGH Lasers, D. E.
      Rothe and R. A. Gibson, Proc. Army Symposium on New Concepts in High
      Energy Lasers, U.S. Army Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL (Nov. 1976).
19. A 10W Repetitively Pulsed, Closed-Cycle HF/DF Laser, K. O. Tan, D. E.
      Rothe, J. A. Nilson, D. J. James, IEEE Conf. on Laser Engineering and
      Applications (CLEA), Washington, DC (June 1977).
20. Analysis of a Spark-Preionized Large-Volume XeF and KrF Discharge
       Laser, D. E. Rothe and R. A. Gibson, Optics Communic. 22, 265 (1977).
21. Parametric & Scaling Studies of Spark-Preionized Discharge-Exc. RGH
      Lasers, Paper CA-7, 30th Gaseous Electron. Conf., Palo Alto, CA (Oct. 1977).
22. Efficient Excitation of XeCl Laser by E-Beam and Discharge Pumping,
      D. E. Rothe and J. B. West, Paper BA-2, 31st Gaseous Electronics Conf.,
      Buffalo, NY (October 1978).
23. Efficient E-Beam Excitation of XeCl, D. E. Rothe, J. B. West and M. L.
      Bhaumik, IEEE J. Quant. Electron. QE-15, 314 (1979).
24. Mercury Halide Molecular Lasers, Invited Paper O-8, International Conf.
      on Lasers, Orlando, FL (December 1979).
25. Device Development Program for Efficient Excitation of a Blue-Green
      Laser, Final Report, ONR Contract N00014-78-C-0831, ONR Arlington, VA (July
26. Excimer Laser Technology: Design and Test of a High-PRF Mercuric
      Halide Laser, Tech. Report AFWAL-TR-80-1169, Avionics Laboratory, Air Force
      WrightAeronautical Laboratories, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH (Oct. 1980).
27. Scaling and Design of Discharge-Excited Rare-Gas Halide Lasers, D. E.
      Rothe, J. I. Levatter, R. L. Sandstrom, P. B. Scott, Final Report, ONR
      Contract N00014-81-C-0044, ONR, Arlington, VA (Jan. 1981).
28. Characterization of Excimer Laser Annealing of Ion Implanted Si, R. T.
      Young, D. E. Rothe et al., IEEE Electron Device Lett. EDL-3, 280 (1982).
29. Efficient Discharge-Excitation of an X-Ray Preionized XeCl Laser, Paper,
      35th Gaseous Electronics Conf., Dallas, TX (October 1982).
30. Efficiency Optimization for Discharge-Excited High-Energy Excimer Laser,
      Invited Paper MB-1, OSA Topical Mtg. on Excimer Lasers, Lake Tahoe, NV,
      AIP Conference Proceedings, No. 100 , Excimer Lasers-1983, Ed. C. K.
      Rhodes, H. Egger and H. Pummer, Page 33 (January 1983).
31. Effect of Pulse Duration on the Annealing of Ion-Implanted Silicon with
      an Excimer Laser, R. T. Young, D. E. Rothe et al., Paper presented at
      Materials Research Society Meeting, Boston, MA (November 1982).
32. Pulsed XeCl Lasers for Energy-Efficient Semiconductor Processing, R. T.
      Young, D. E. Rothe et al, Paper presented at 1983 CLEO Conference,
      Anaheim, CA.
33. Efficiency Optimization of a Discharge-Excited XeCl Laser, Final Report,
      ONR/DARPA Contract N00014-82-C-0087, (Helionetics Report HLD-82-4R),
      Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA (December 1982)
34. Widely Tunable Gas Laser for Remote Sensing of Stratospheric
      Constituents, Final Report, NASA/SBIR Contract NAS7-935, Phase I (Rothe
      Technical Research Report No. 1), NASA Resident Office-JPL, Pasadena, CA
      (June 1985).
35. Widely Tunable Gas Laser for Remote Sensing, Final Technical Report,
      NASA/SBIR Contract NAS7-970, Phase II, NASA, Washington, D.C.
      (December 1988).
36. Coupled Gas Discharge and Pulse Circuit Analysis, M. v. Dadelszen and D.
      E. Rothe, IEEE Trans. Plasma Science 19, 329 (1991).
37. Magnetically Switched Voltage Multipliers for High-PRF, Megavolt Pulsed
      Power, D. E. Rothe and R. M. Lantis, Conf. Record of 1992 Twentieth
      Power Modulator Symposium, Myrtle Beach, SC, p. 197 (June 1992).
38. Space and the Wave-Particle Enigma, Dietmar Rothe, Infinite Energy 7,
      Issue 42 (Mar/Apr 2002) p. 49-57

<> 1. Transverse-Longitudinal Sequential Discharge Excitation of High-pressure
      Laser,  U.S.Patent No. 4,240,043 (16 Dec. 1980)
 2. Long-Life Electrodes for Large-Area X-Ray Generators,
      U.S. Patent No. 5,014,289 (7 May 1991)
 3. Integrated Prepulse Circuits for Efficient Excitation of Gas Lasers,
      U.S. Patent No. 4,975,921 (4 Dec. 1990)
 4. Passive Magnetic Switch for Erecting Multistage, High-Pulse-Rate Voltage
      Multipliers, U.S. Patent No. 5,105,097 (14 Apr. 1992)