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  • Liquid Cooling a Laser for System Optimization
    lasers all use liquid cooling to remove excess heat. Laser liquid cooling can help accomplish three goals: maintaining a precise laser wavelength and higher output efficiency, achieving desired beam quality, and reducing thermal stress on a laser system. Recirculating chillers, liquid-to-liquid
  • Liquid Crystals - Preface
    Preface. Liquid crystal science and applications now permeate almost all segments of the society --from large industrial displays to individual homes and offices. Nondisplay applications in nonlinear optics, optical communication, and data/signal/image processing are receiving increasing attention
  • Liquid Crystals: Frontiers In Biomedical Applications
    Liquid Crystals: Frontiers In Biomedical Applications. Providing a review of the interdisciplinary research already performed, this text reviews the advances being made in displays, spectroscopy, sensors and diagnostics, biomimicking, actuators and lasers with regards to liquid crystalline
  • Saving Fuel with Environmentally Friendly Welding of Liquid Vapor Separators Using Lasers
    The automobile industry is assuming a leading role in environmentally. friendly technology as R & D departments are. continuously working on improving processes to boost. effi ciency and effectiveness. Fuel effi ciency is what counts!. Customers have come to rely on fuel effi ciency and attach.
  • Laser-Induced Fluorescence
    A customer has developed a breakthrough technique for the application of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) detection to high performance liquid chromatography, capillary e lectrophoresis, sequencing and microbial analysis. The technique involves using fluorescence decay curves at multiple
  • Phase Conjugate Laser Optics - Preface
    dynamic correction of MOPA laser sources. It is. also shown in Chapter 9 that photorefractive crystals can be used to realize. a semiconductor laser diode cavity with phase conjugate feedback for spatial and. spectral filtering of the modes. In Chapter 10, a nematic liquid crystal cell is. implemented
  • Liquid Crystal on VLSI Silicon Optical Phased Array
    Several applications for solid-state, random aces beam directors have merged in recent years, including scanners, laser radar components, interconnects, elements for addressing holographic storage, beam routing devices, and adaptive switching networks.
  • Smaller Lasers Demand New Approaches to Chiller Design (.pdf)
    A chiller is basically a temperature-controlled liquid recirculator that removes heat from an instrument using a fluid as the heat transfer medium. In many cases, the instrument must be kept at a constant temperature as well. This requirement is typical for laser cooling. There are many types

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  • Lasers with Nuclear Pumping
    Chapter 11 provides a survey of the works investigating the possibility of pumping solid-state and liquid laser media with nuclear radiation and creating different versions of pulsed reactor lasers based on them.
  • Polymer Photonic Crystal Laser Intra Cavity Sensor
    The laser in panel a) uses a liquid laser dye while the one in panel b) uses a dye doped into a solid polymer matrix.
  • Solid-State Random Lasers
    The important difference between conjugated polymers and liquid laser dyes is that liquid dyes undergo concentration quenching and conjugated polymers do not [42].
  • Femtosecond Laser Induced Polyyne Formation
    To irradiate pure hexane liquid laser was focused by a 4 cm focal length lens and the laser intensity measured just before entering liquid was ∼ .
  • Liquid Droplet Dye Laser
    § The lasing in the liquid droplet dye laser has been demonstrated in thin sheets of liquid laser dye, relying only on reflections at the liquid-air interfaces.
  • Pulsed Laser Ablation of Solids
    Typical commercially available lasers for material processing are: solid state crystal or glass lasers (e.g. Nd-YAG, Ruby lasers), semiconductor lasers (AlGaAs, GaAsSb lasers), dye or liquid lasers solu- tions of dyes in water/alcohol and other solvents, neutral or atomic gas...
  • Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics
    Typical examples of pulsed lasers are many solid-state and liquid lasers , such as Nd:YAG, Ti:Al2O3, and dye lasers.
  • Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics
    Typical examples of pulsed lasers are many solid-state and liquid lasers , such as Nd:YAG, Ti:Al2O3, and dye lasers.