· Maintain and develop additional strong collaborative customer and industry relationships--We
believe that the Coherent brand name and reputation for product quality, technical performance
and customer satisfaction will help us to further develop our loyal customer base. We plan to
…easy simultaneous imaging
of various fluorophores (for instance, GFP/
YFP and mCherry), SHG/THG imaging,
and advanced imaging techniques such as
coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS) and stimulated Raman scattering (SRS).
The company's single-box Mai Tai
intra-cavity frequency doubling in BBO crystals
to produce deep-UV, CW at seven wavelengths
light in the range 229-264.3 nm. This advanced
small-frame system features a motorized crystal
shifter and active stabilization for enhanced
…As this work shows,
advanced lasers can now perform flawlessly under the most harsh and hostile conditions, beyond anything the
typical forensic or CSI professional is ever likely to subject their tools to here in the U.S.A.
Mark Keirstead, Coherent Inc., Santa Clara, CA.…
…design, manufacture and market lasers, laser tools, precision optics and related accessories for
a diverse group of customers. The following table lists our major markets and the Coherent
technologies serving these markets.
Market Application Technology
Microelectronics . . . .…
…In this context, the most recent
advances in commercial ultrafast laser
sources are in improved optical parametric oscillator (OPO) performance and a
new type of ytterbium fiber laser.
A few years ago, OPOs based on
fan-poled crystal technology provided
…in the typical IR and Raman spectral
region 4000-200 cmÀ1. External vibrations occur where
many atoms or molecules in the crystal oscillate
coherently about their equilibrium positions at the same
frequency.14,28,29 These oscillating phonon modes are
commonly depicted as…
…microelectronics manufacturing; email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Ralph Delmdahl
is product marketing manager for the Coherent
Excimer Business Group. Delmdahl received
his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the
Braunschweig University of Technology and
his M.Sc. in…
…a lower capital cost than
new dual-wavelength ytterbium lasers.
With pulse-width options shorter than
75 fs and optional variable group velocity
dispersion precompensation, Ti:S lasers
deliver both the highest average power
and the highest peak power at the sample.