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Solid state lasers, materials and applications

Solid state lasers, materials and applications

Sino-American Topical Meeting and Tabletop Exhibit, July 8-11, 1997, Nankai University, Tianjin, PRC (Technical digest / Optical Society of America)

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Published by Optical Society of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Solid-state lasers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8600530M
    ISBN 101557525080
    ISBN 109781557525086

    Solid state lasers possess the following unique characteristics: Reliability and robustness - High level of safety - User-friendly - Maintenance-free - Low-cost performance, high-volume production - Compact size - Wide range of wavelength selection A solid state laser is an active solid state material that under certain conditions can emit Author: Yehoshua Y. Kalisky. Solid-state lasers and systems represent a one-billion dollar industry, and they are the dominant class of lasers for research, industrial, medical, and military applications. Given the importance of solid-state lasers, a graduate text is required that deals explicitly with these devices.

    The long upper-state lifetimes makes solid-state lasers very suitable for Q switching: the laser crystal can easily store an amount of energy which, when released in the form of a nanosecond pulse, leads to a peak power which is orders of magnitude above the achievable average power. Bulk lasers can thus easily achieve millijoule pulse energies and megawatt peak powers. Solid-state laser and luminescent materials activated by rare-earth or transition metals ions are widely used for solid-state lasers, luminescent lamps, flat displays, optical fibre communication systems, and other photonic devices. The unique solid-state electronic properties enable the activators in solids to emit photons efficiently in.

    acteristics, and applications of laser have been the subject of several books [1–5]. Introduction of lasers, types of laser systems and their operating principles, meth-ods of generating extreme ultraviolet/vacuum ultraviolet (EUV/VUV) laser lights, properties of laser radiation, and modification in basic structure of lasers are theFile Size: KB. This exciting new program covers the latest advances in solid state materials based lasers, to nonlinear optical devices and associate technologies and applications. Attend sessions and network with colleagues to learn.


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Solid state lasers, materials and applications Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Solid state lasers of solid-state lasers reviews the key materials, processes and applications of solid-state lasers across a wide range of fields. Part one begins by reviewing solid-state laser materials. Fluoride laser crystals, oxide laser ceramics, crystals and fluoride laser ceramics doped by rare earth and transition metal ions are discussed alongside neodymium, erbium and ytterbium laser glasses, and nonlinear crystals Format: Hardcover.

Published: April (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Solid State Lasers Materials, Technologies and Applications that was published in Applied Sciences).

With its distinguished editors and international team of expert contributors, the Handbook of solid-state lasers is an authoritative guide for all those involved in the design and application of this technology, including laser and materials scientists and engineers, medical and military professionals, environmental researchers, and academics working in this field.

This book explains in detail the basics of laser-matter interactions. The complete spectrum of applications of high-intensity laser processing of materials is presented. Conventional applications such as laser welding are part of the book as well as laser ablation, surface processing, pattering and micro-techniques.

The characteristic parameters of laser beams, such as beam quality. Conventional applications of high power lasers, such as laser welding, cutting and scribing, as well as the basics of laser-matter interactions, are also discussed in the book.

The types of lasers considered include: high power Nd, Yb:YAG, Nd-glass lamp- or laserdiode-pumped. Data on potential materials for solid-state lasers such as. Since its first edition almost 30 years ago this book has become the standard in the field of solid-state lasers for scientists,engineers and graduate students.

This new edition has been extensively revised and updated to account for recent developments in the areas of diode-laser pumping, laser materials and nonlinear by: Solid-state lasers that offer a number of desirable qualities including high robustness, reliability, efficiency and wavelength diversity, are highly indispensable for a number of applications.

The Handbook Of Solid-State Lasers focuses on the key processes, materials, and applications of solid-state lasers in a broad variety of fields.

Solid-state lasers are widely used in metal processing, medical applications, such as eye surgery, red–green–blue (RGB) light sources in laser printers and projectors, environmental instrumentation measurements and optical transmission systems, and have potential for future nuclear-fusion applications [].

In addition, methods of diode pumping, activa- tor-sensitizer pumping, and direct upper-state pumping are described. High-power neodymium(Nd)-doped lasers are becoming widely used in several industrial applications such as welding.

Chapter 6 reviews the state of the art in. In the following part, a detailed description of selected solid-state laser types used in medical applications is given. At the end of this chapter, the construction and materials of some novel solid-state lasers are described. In recent years, novel two-dimensional (2D) materials have revolutionized the field of ultrafast laser technology.

They have emerged as efficient, cost-effective, and universal saturable absorbers for the so-called ultrafast lasers, which emit ultrashort optical pulses (on the timescale of femtoseconds). Thanks to their unique optical properties, such as broadband absorption, short recovery Cited by: 1.

Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modification Matthew S. Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into confined regions of a material. For the construction of solid-state lasers for industrial and medical applications, the greatest utilization has been achieved from the group of lanthanide ions: neodymium Nd 3 +, erbium Er 3 +, thulium Tm 3 +, holmium Ho 3 +, and ytterbium Yb 3 +.Cited by: 2.

Handbook of solid-state lasers; materials, systems and applications. by B. Denker and E. Shklovsky. Woodhead Publishing pages $ Hardcover Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials; no TA Cite this chapter as: Weber H.

() Solid state lasers. In: Schuöcker D. (eds) Handbook of the Eurolaser Academy. Engineering Lasers and Their Applications, vol by: 6. They also discuss applications of the principles of crystal-field engineering to a variety of optical crystals in relation to the performances of laser devices.

This book will be of considerable interest to physical, chemical and material scientists and to engineers involved in the science and technology of solid state by: MolTech home page provides information on the company product range divided in the following groups: nonlinear organic and inorganic single crystals, materials for solid-state lasers, optical materials, scintillators and laser devices.

Features, basic properties and applications of each material are described. Each product description follows the separate inquiry form. Materials for laser operation must possess sharp fluorescent lines, strong absorption bands, and a reasonably high quantum efficiency for the fluorescent transition of interest.

These characteristics are generally shown by solids (crystals or glass) that incorporate in small amounts elements in which optical transitions can occur between states Cited by: According to the classification of the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission [], environmental atmospheric contaminants consist of dust, mist, fume, smoke, vapour gases and biological agents (Table ).Dust contains airborne solid particles generated usually during grinding, crushing or chipping of hard materials or from the mechanical dispersion of fine : A.

Czitrovszky. Solid State Chemistry and its Applications, 2 nd Edition: Student Edition is a must-have textbook for any undergraduate or new research worker studying solid state chemistry. About the Author Anthony West is Professor of Electroceramics and Solid State Chemistry in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at Sheffield by:.

With contributions from leading international experts, the book explores the latest research results and applications of solid-state lasers as well as various laser systems.

The beginning chapters.This book deals with theoretical and experimental aspects of solid-state lasers, including optimum waveguide design of end pumped and diode pumped lasers. Nonlinearity, including the nonlinear conversion, up frequency conversion and chirped pulse oscillators are discussed.

Some new rare-earth-doped lasers, including double borate and halide crystals, and feedback in quantum dot Cited by: 2.The book is based on my short course, "Novel Materials for Coherent Radiation and Frequency Conversion," presented during several Photonics West meetings in San Jose, California (U.S.A.) and the course "The Physics and Engineering of Solid State Lasers," presented during Photonics Europe in Strasbourg, France.