shapers are relatively advanced and are
most commonly applied in the laboratory,
mastering their control in biological environments proves much more difficult.
"Broadband laser systems are developing rapidly into user-friendly turnkey
system[s]; while also pulse…
…at 1040 nm with 140 fs pulses. Ideal for optogenetics studies, its built-in precompensation ensures optimum pulse duration also with complex microscope set-ups. Fidelity-2 Ultrafast Fiber Oscillator Fidelity-2 Ultrafast Fiber Oscillator A unique combination of sub-55 fs pulses with a 2 watts output…
…is configured to support both 2D SFG and 2D IR.
The special pulse shaping and pulse delay adjustments are performed in a 2DQuickShape pulse
shaper supplied by PhaseTech Spectroscopy, Inc., which utilizes patented pulse shaping
technology from the Zanni Research Group8,9. The Xiong…
…is accomplished using broadband pulses from femtosecond sources to simultaneously span the
frequency region of interest. Here a single broadband source and a pulse shaper generate a
pulse sequence. Timing between two of the closely synchronized pulses is transformed into the
…several wavelengths in the range 229 nm to 257 nm. The very short wavelengths of these CW lasers minimize sample damage, compared with nanosecond pulses lasers, and minimize excitation of competing fluorescent signal. A dynamic field of Raman studies is coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering, or…
…this is enabled by the pulse shaper's ability to independently control the constant
phase and delay. In simplified terms, the general idea of phase-cycling is to repeat a pulse
sequence with given delays while varying the constant phases of the pulses (i for pulse i). The
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