1 January 1996 Simple source of subnanosecond dye laser pulses
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Abstract
A very simple dye laser cavity generates stable single pulses of less than 300-ps duration and several microjoules of energy when pumped by about 50 µJ of an 8-ns pulse from a low-pressure nitrogen laser. The pulses are produced by a mechanism similar to the “quenched resonator” setup. A theoretical description is given, showing good agreement with the observed results. Achievable improvements are described, which would reach the tens of picosecond range.
Alejandro A. Hnilo, Alejandro A. Hnilo, Francisco Adriano Manzano, Francisco Adriano Manzano, } "Simple source of subnanosecond dye laser pulses," Optical Engineering 35(1), (1 January 1996). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.600936 . Submission:
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