High-power dye lasers
Frank J. Duarte
Springer-Verlag, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 252 pages
High-power dye lasers provide a versatile tool in many scientific, industrial and medical applications. This book offers an up-to-date and practical guide to the physics and technology of these lasers for all those designing, building and using such systems. Individual topics include dispersive resonators, signal amplification, and dye laser pumping by excimer lasers, copper-vapor lasers and flashlamps.
11 pages matching unstable resonators in this book
Results 1-3 of 11
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Dispersive Dye Lasers
Pulsed Dye Laser Gain Analysis and Amplifier Design
4 other sections not shown
angle Appl atoms bandwidth beam divergence beam expander beam quality cavity configuration conversion efficiency copper cross section CVL pumped cyclohexane density diameter dioxane dispersion divergence dye cell dye concentration dye flow dye laser amplifier dye laser oscillators dye solution equations etalons excimer laser excited state absorption F.J. Duarte FEDL flashlamp fluence fluorescence gain Gaussian Gaussian beam geometric grating high power IEEE input intersystem crossing intracavity lamp laser beam laser dye laser pulse laser pumping lasing Lett measured mirror molecules obtained operation optical constants oscillator output beam output coupler parameters peak photons Phys population prism probe beam probe laser propagation pulse energy pump beam pump intensity pumped dye laser Quantum Electron radiation repetition rate rhodamine 6G Sect shown in Fig singlet solvent spatial profile spectral stimulated emission surface Table temperature temporal profile thermal transitions transmission triplet unstable resonators values wavelength width window