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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
  • 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
  • Medical Device Link . Laser-Manufactured Features in Medical Catheters and Angioplasty Devices
    delivery, liquid or material removal, inflation devices, and analytical devices. Each has its own set of unique requirements and constraints, and, as in all industrial situations, technical objectives must be balanced with fiscal considerations. This article briefly discusses the advantages of using

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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.