1 August 1983 Laser Damage in Materials
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Laser damage of optical components is an important issue facing the optical engineer of today. The lifetime of the components not only affects the design of the laser system, but also can involve long downtime for replacement of components that may require careful alignment. This Optical Engineering special addresses several important issues regarding laser damage.
Theodore T. Saito, Theodore T. Saito, Terrence F. Deaton, Terrence F. Deaton, "Laser Damage in Materials," Optical Engineering 22(4), 224391 (1 August 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973132 . Submission:
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