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Tunable Solid-State Lasers II
A. B. Badgor
Written in English
|Contributions||L. G. Dashazer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
The Workshop on Tunable Solid State Lasers for Remote Sensing was held at Stanford University in October to assess the state of the art in tunable solid state lasers for remote sensing from satellite platforms. The value of conducting global remote sensing measurements of atmospheric chemistry, climate, and weather in the s is now established. What is not yet defined, however, is the. With the advent of novel high-power pumping sources, it is possible to design and operate a new class of tunable solid state laser devices for various applications. This book demonstrates the design of new laser materials based on quantum mechanical principles, spectroscopic properties of transition-metal ions, and ion-host interaction.
A tunable solid state laser oscillator with very narrow spectral line width for pulsed output comprises a solid state laser medium that generates a laser beam along a resonant path, a beam expander, such as a prism beam expander or cylindrical optic, and a grating mounted with an adjustable angle of incidence with respect to the laser beam. Tunability has added an important dimension to a variety of laser devices and led to new systems and applications. From laser spectroscopy to Bose-Einstein condensation, the one nexus is the tunable laser. Incorporating nine new chapters since the first edition, Tunable Laser Applications, Second Edition reflects the significant developments.
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The contents of Tunable Solid-State Lasers II comprise the pro ceedings of the second of these two, held at Rippling River Resort, Zigzag, Oregon, JuneIn addition to the four areas of attention in the La Jolla meeting, pa pers on color-center and new rare-earth lasers, and on nonlinear frequency shifting were also given.
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Solid-state lasers include all optically pumped lasers in which the gain medium is a solid. The best-known solid-state lasers are the: a) ruby laser ( nm) (visible region). b) Nd:YAG laser with neodymium-doped yttrium–aluminum garnet matrix ( nm).
c) Titanium–sapphire laser (– nm) and other solid-state tunable vibronic lasers. d) rare-earth elements other than neodymium. The contents of Tunable Solid-State Lasers II comprise the pro- ceedings of the second of these two, held at Rippling River Resort, Zigzag, Oregon, JuneIn addition to the four areas of Tunable Solid-State Lasers II book in the La Jolla meeting, pa- pers on color-center and new rare-earth lasers, and on nonlinear frequency shifting were also given.
Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Provides coverage of optical parametric oscillators and tunable gas, liquid, solid state, and semiconductor lasers Contains figures and 68 tables; Provides coverage of optical parametric oscillators and tunable gas, liquid, solid state, and semiconductor lasers; Details.
ISBN. tunable solid state laser devices for various applications. This book demonstrates the design of new laser materials based on quantum mechanical principles, spectroscopic properties of transition-metal ions, and ion–host interaction.
This approach includes the theory of the. Tunable solid state lasers, such as Ti:sapphire, which offer a broad tuning range without the need to change dye materials, have begun to compete strongly in the visible and near infrared regions and have displaced dye lasers for some applications.
With frequency doubling, they cover most of. Many laser applications depend on the ability of a particular laser to be frequency tunable.
Among the many different types of frequency tunable lasers are: dye lasers, excimer lasers, and semiconductor lasers. Thisbook gives active researchers and engineers the practical information they need to choose an appropriate tunable laser for their particular ts a unified and.
Since the original work of JOHNSON et al  on tunable solid-state lasers on the basis of transition metal doped fluoride crystals much progress has been made in crystal growing technologies, laser technology and the understanding of the lasing properties of these vibronic laser several new laser crystals-especially Cr(3+) doped systems — have been reported.
A tunable laser is a laser whose wavelength of operation can be altered in a controlled manner. While all laser gain media allow small shifts in output wavelength, only a few types of lasers allow continuous tuning over a significant wavelength range.
There are many types and categories of tunable lasers. They exist in the gas, liquid, and solid state. Among the types of tunable lasers are. The contents include pioneering papers on lasers, tunable laser fundamentals, transition metal ion and rare-earth ion tunable lasers, ultrabroadband and multifrequency solid state lasers using spatially dispersed resonators, and nonlinear wavelength conversion of tunable solid state lasers.
The featured tunable systems operate in a wide. Wavelength-tunable laser sources have many applications, some examples of which are. In laser absorption spectroscopy, a wavelength-tunable laser with narrow optical bandwidth can be used for recording absorption spectra with very high frequency resolution.
In a LIDAR system, a laser may be tuned to a wavelength which is specific to a certain substance to be monitored. This book is a continuation and a companion volume to my previous book The Physics and Engineering of Solid State Lasers (SPIE Press, ), and it provides an updated overview of tunable solid state lasers and passive Q-switches based on d -element ions.
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Hammerling. Book Review: Tunable solid-state lasers II. Edited by A. Budgor, L. Esterowitz, and L. DeShazer, Springer-Verlag, pp. Hardback price: DM Tunable solid-state lasers Abstract: Reviews the basic physics of tunable solid-state lasers and discusses the characteristics of the most significant established and emerging systems.
Particular emphasis is placed on trivalent transition metals; alexandrite, other Cr-doped systems, and Ti: sapphire are also discussed.
Get this from a library. Tunable solid-state lasers II: proceedings of the OSA topical meeting, Rippling River Resort, Zigzag, Oregon, June[A B Budgor; Leon Esterowitz; Larry G DeShazer; Lasers and Electro-optics Society (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers); Optical Society of America.;].
BOOK CITATIONS. This is a partial list of the book citations to contributions of F. books focus on laser architecture, laser engineering, laser materials, laser optics, laser physics, laser technology, plus a number of laser applications including: biomedicine, laser isotope separation, material science, materials processing, medicine, microscopy, physics, spectroscopy.
Organic lasers are broadly tunable coherent sources, potentially compact, convenient and manufactured at low-costs. Appeared in the mid 60’s as solid-state alternatives for liquid dye lasers, they recently gained a new dimension after the demonstration of organic semiconductor lasers in the 90's.
SOLID STATE ORGANIC DYE LASER FOR STUDENTS () MORE BOOKS ON TUNABLE LASERS. High Power Dye Lasers; Selected Papers on Dye Lasers; Tunable Laser Applications. Get this from a library! Tunable solid-state lasers II: proceedings of the OSA topical meeting, Rippling River Resort, Zigzag, Oregon, June[A B Budgor; Leon Esterowitz; Larry G DeShazer; Lasers and Electro-optics Society (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers); Optical Society of America.;] -- In June a conference on visible and IR tunable solid-state lasers was.Solid-state tunable organic dye lasers Narrow-linewidth tunable solid-state laser oscillators Long-pulse solid-state tunable laser oscillators Additional solid-state organic lasers Microcavity and optofluidic organic lasers Organic fiber lasers Solid-state distributed feedback organic lasers.