Supplier: Newport Corporation
Description: Polarized output enables efficient coupling with PCA-OMs
- Lasing Medium: Argon, Krypton, Other
- Features: Internal Power Supply
- Beam Area: 2 mm²
- Beam Divergence: 0.0630 degrees
Supplier: Newport Corporation
Description: Small frame, 3-phase operation
- Lasing Medium: Krypton, Other
- Wavelength Range: 351 to 799 nm
- Laser Power: 0.8000 milliwatts
- Features: Internal Power Supply, Polarized Output
Supplier: Modu-Laser, LLC.
Description: Blue and yellow light output
- Lasing Medium: Argon / Krypton
- Wavelength Range: 488 to 568 nm
- Laser Power: 10 milliwatts
- Multi-Line Output: Yes
Supplier: CVI Laser Optics
Description: These beam expanders can be used with blue HeCd, argon-ion, krypton/argon-ion, Nd:YAG, and frequency-doubled Nd:YAG lasers.
Supplier: Zygo Corporation
Description: No Description Provided
- Resolution: 0.0025 µm
- Aperture Size: 25000 to 50000 µm
- Measurement: Flatness, Parallelism / Wedge, Profiles / Topography, Radius of Curvature, Spherical Elements, Step Height, Surface Maps, Wavefront, Specialty / Other
- Optical Configuration: Fizeau
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Performance of a continuous-wave forsterite laser with krypton ion, Ti:sapphire, and Nd:YAG pump lasers
Measurements were made pumping at 647 nm and676 nm with the krypton ion laser , between 690 and 1010 nm with the Ti:sapphire laser and at 1.06 pm with the Nd:YAG laser.
Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy
Combining the best properties of the argon and krypton ion lasers creates a reliable laser with stable output and the broad spectral coverage needed for multicolor CLSMs.
Influence of noble gas additions on the output power of krypton ion laser
Influence of noble gas additions on the output power of krypton ion laser .
Progress in color reflection holography
The 531 mn wavelength from an argon- krypton ion laser is an alternative.
3.1 Summary of krypton ion laser output properties . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 The Krypton Ion Laser . . . . . . . . .
Electro-Optics Handbook, Second Edition > VISIBLE LASERS
Krypton Ion Laser .
Laser-beam direct writing of fine lines of alpha-Fe2O3 from metalorganic spin-coated films and transient behavior study of laser decomposition process
From the time-resolved transmittance change induced by the krypton ion laser pulse irradiation, transient behaviour of laser decomposition process of metalorganic materials has been studied.
Laser beam direct writing of fine lines of alpha-Fe2O3 from metalorganic spin-coated films and transient behavior study of laser decomposition pro...
From the time-resolved transmittance change induced by the krypton ion laser pulse irradiation, transient behavior of laser decomposition process of metalorganic materials has also been studied.
The generation of ultrashort laser pulses
In the past this has mainly confined the applica- tions to those spectral regions covered by laser dyes which may be excited by argon ion lasers, krypton ion lasers and the fundamental output of the Nd: YAG laser and its harmonics.
A krypton ion laser , operating at 407 nm, pro- duces a light beam that is weakly focused (typical beam waist ≈ 0.3 mm) onto a 1-mm-thick non-linear χ(2) crystal made of β-barium borate (BBO).
Laser Guidebook, Second Edition > Noble Gas Ion Lasers
Krypton ion lasers are also marketed, despite their weaker output, because they offer a wider range of visible wavelengths, plus additional ultraviolet lines.
Raman spectrosopic characterization of human malignant tissues: implications for a percutaneous optical biopsy technique for in-situ tissue diagnosis
excitatk)fl was provided by a krypton ion laser operating .
Current pulse operation of an argon-krypton ion laser
Current pulse operation of an argon- krypton ion laser .