1 December 1989 Perylene Dye In A Composite Sol-Gel Glass - A New Solid-State Tunable Laser In The Visible Range
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Proceedings Volume 1182, French-Israeli Workshop on Solid State Lasers; (1989) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.981476
Event: French-Israeli Workshop on Solid-State Lasers, 1989, Jerusalem, Israel
Abstract
A perylene derivative dye, BASF 241, was impregnated into a composite sol-gel glass, and tested as a laser material. Laser tunability was obtained in the range 568 - 583 nm using a 532 nm pump beam (a frequency doubled Nd:YAG laser). Maximum efficiency of 7.4% was obtained at 575 nm. The laser threshold, was about 60 μJ/pulse.
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R. Reisfeld, R. Reisfeld, D. Brusilovsky, D. Brusilovsky, M. Eyal, M. Eyal, E. Miron, E. Miron, Z. Burshtein, Z. Burshtein, J. Ivri, J. Ivri, } "Perylene Dye In A Composite Sol-Gel Glass - A New Solid-State Tunable Laser In The Visible Range", Proc. SPIE 1182, French-Israeli Workshop on Solid State Lasers, (1 December 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.981476; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.981476
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