5 January 1994 Light luminescence quenching in Nd-doped crystals: the method for nonradiative relaxation rate measurements
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Abstract
Nonradiative relaxation from the 4G7/2 level of Nd3+ in YAG was investigated by the luminescence light quenching method. This method is described in detail. Luminescence quenching from the 4F3/2 level is a result of stimulated emission under simultaneous 532 and 1064 nm pulse excitation. The experimental data is compared with theoretical data. The relaxation rate from 4G7/2 level in YAG was estimated to be about 109 sec-1.
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Vitaly V. Grabovski, Vitaly V. Grabovski, S. E. Zelensky, S. E. Zelensky, B. A. Ochrimenko, B. A. Ochrimenko, Dmytro Y. Yatskiv, Dmytro Y. Yatskiv, } "Light luminescence quenching in Nd-doped crystals: the method for nonradiative relaxation rate measurements", Proc. SPIE 2041, Mode-locked and Other Ultrashort Laser Designs, Amplifiers, and Applications, (5 January 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.165639; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.165639
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