The results of parametric tests of a centrifugal bubble singlet-oxygen generator based on the reaction of chlorine with an alkaline hydrogen peroxide solution have been given. The utilization of chlorine grows with bubble-layer height, whereas the relative content of O2(1Δ) remains constant. Growth in centrifugal acceleration leads to a more efficient utilization of chlorine. A specific oxygen output of more than 1 mmole·cm-2·sec-1 from the bubble layer for a degree of chlorine utilization of ∼95% and a singlet-oxygen yield of more than 50% has been attained. It has been shown that a centrifugal bubble singlet-oxygen generator is an efficient energy source for an oxygen-iodine laser.