A study of liquids in high power laser systems

Selden, A. C.


Selden, A. C. (1970) A study of liquids in high power laser systems.

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The influence of liquids in the laser beam on the emission and propagation characteristics of intense pulsed neodymium lasers is described. Results are presented on Q-switching by a thermal effect in organic solvents, on basic self-modulation and mode-locking processes in an oscillator, and on the transmission and amplification of picosecond light pulses in an inorganic liquid laser.

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Item TypeThesis (Doctoral)
TitleA study of liquids in high power laser systems
AuthorsSelden, A. C.
Uncontrolled KeywordsOptics; Pure Sciences; A; High; Laser; Liquids; Neodymium Lasers; Neodymium Lasers; Power; Study; Systems



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