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  • Laser Protective Eyewear-Image
    Laser Protective Eyewear - (46 companies)
    Laser protective eyewear includes glasses and goggles designed to filter out harmful radiation from lasers. If left unprotected, the human eye can be damaged permanently from direct or reflected laser beams and radiation. Laser protective eyewear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Pointers - (59 companies)
    Laser pointers are compact instruments that produce a low-power, visible laser light. They are often used for pointing out features on a projected visual display. How to Select Laser Pointers. Image credit: Laserglow Technologies | Made in China... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Beam Analyzers - (40 companies)
    ...to the cylinder causes the cylinder to lengthen, shifting the transmission peaks of the analyzer allowing it to resolve the narrow spikes in the laser 's output. An optical spectrum analyzer can be used to monitor the output of argon lasers. Learn More
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    Laser Mirrors - (81 companies)
    Image Credit: Edmund Optics | CVI Laser Optics. Laser mirrors are designed for high reflectance and durability at individual laser wavelength ranges. Laser mirrors are used on the surface of solid-state lasers including alexandrite, Nd-glass, ruby... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ion Lasers - (22 companies)
    ...current to excite the gas medium; this serves as the pump. A gas mixture comprised of group 18 (noble) gases -- typically either argon, krypton, or a combination of the two -- within a glass or ceramic tube. This serves as the laser medium. At least... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lasers - (728 companies)
    ...are suitable as laser media, including: Liquids (dyes). A liquid solution's chemical configuration determines the laser's wavelength. Gases: carbon dioxide, argon, krypton, helium-neon, etc. Gases are typically pumped by electrical discharge. Solids... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Excimer Lasers - (18 companies)
    Diagram of a basic laser. Image credit: Enlighten Your Mind. Like most gas lasers, excimer laser power is provided by an electrical current source. The laser medium is a tube filled with three different types of gases: A noble gas (argon, krypton... Learn More
  • Optical Crystals - (156 companies)
    ...in military infrared optical devices. Crystal sapphire optical components are used in high power laser windows. Some optical crystals are clear or colorless. Acousto-optical crystals such as tellurium dioxide can be used in argon laser applications. Learn More
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Lasers - (56 companies)
    ...and Ar/Kr (argon and krypton) lasers in that the gas is preserved within the tube cylinder and is not refilled during use. However, the size of the tube and its bore are different as they are meant to function in using a much longer CO2 wavelength... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Solid State Lasers - (204 companies)
    Solid state lasers use a transparent substance (crystalline or glass) as the active medium, doped to provide the energy states necessary for lasing. The pumping mechanism is the radiation from a powerful light source, such as a flash lamp. Laser... Search by Specification | Learn More
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"In 1996, a dual-pulsed laser vaporization technique was developed, which produced SWNTs in gram quantities and yields of >70wt% purity. Samples were prepared by laser vaporization of graphite rods with a 50:50 catalyst mixture of Co and Ni (particle size ~1um) at 1200oC in flowing argon, followed...

...bulb filaments. A series of rectangular slots were made at various laser parameters. Speeds up to 6 m/min were made using oxygen, argon and nitrogen as assist gases. Using oxygen as an assist gas, a significant HAZ was observed. When nitrogen or argon were used as an assist gas, cut speeds were slower...

...in excimer lasers is critical to the industry. While the actual amount of fluorine fueling a laser is typically <0.2% by volume, it is usually delivered to the laser at concentrations between 1 and 5% and then diluted at the point of use by rare gases such as krypton or argon in neon. Although gas costs...

...for laser use will provide manufacturers with a basic understanding of these devices. Lasers are made from a variety of materials that yield various output radiation wavelengths, ranging from argon/fluorine gas in the deep-ultraviolet range at 193 nm, to CO at 10.6 um, and methyl-fluoride at 500 um...

...by the manufacturing community and are compatible with reactive process gases and atmospheres. This article describes tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS), a technique developed by Air Liquide (Paris, France/Chicago) for measuring moisture in process gases. This technique meets...

...nm. Research to date has established the feasibility of the technology, with no critical showstopper technical barriers. The next phases of R &D will require the availability of prototype exposure tools operating at the 193-nm wavelength of an ArF excimer laser. Such tools will allow for the initial...

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