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2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…of all commercially available Ti:Sapphire
lasers. Its beam quality and pulse duration are specified
to perfectly match your microscope or any other femtosecond experiment. Because of these capabilities, it is
possible to image more dyes and fluorescent proteins,
and to obtain…

Laser Focus World - November 2017

Laser Focus World - November 2017

…excimer laser was introduced 40 years ago by Lambda Physik (now Coherent; Santa Clara, CA). Interestingly, its developers-- Bernd Steyer and Dirk Basting--were both chemists whose main goal was to develop a light source for photochemistry and dye laser pumping. As soon as excimer lasers entered the…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

dyes is excited by 488 nm laser light.However, recent work suggests that a new generation of dyes which fluoresce when pumped by 532 nm light can provide even more information. Our Sapphire laser portfolio began with the offering of the world´s first solid-state 488 nm laser. This diode-pumped laser

Coherent

Coherent

dyes is excited by 488 nm laser light.However, recent work suggests that a new generation of dyes which fluoresce when pumped by 532 nm light can provide even more information. Our Sapphire laser portfolio began with the offering of the world´s first solid-state 488 nm laser. This diode-pumped laser

Laser Focus World - May 2015

Laser Focus World - May 2015

…the pulse enters the amplifier; after amplification, the high-energy pulse is then temporally compressed. The evolution of ultrafast lasers over the years can be seen in a chart provided by fiber-based ultrafast laser maker Toptica (Munich, Germany). The first ultrafast lasers, based on a dye gain…

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

…as multiphoton
excitation (MPE) that currently rely on
femtosecond laser sources and deliver
inherent three-dimensional imaging.
The oldest and simplest method is twophoton excitation of fluorescent dyes
and probes. The last ten years also witnessed an explosion in the use…

Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

…femtosecond dye lasers - this was
in the days before the titanium:sapphire
solid state revolution in ultrafast optics.
We had identified that the dispersion
inside the laser resonator would lead to
unknown phase slips of the carrier-wave
relative to the pulse envelope…

Bio Optics World - May/June 2014

Bio Optics World - May/June 2014

lasers based on colliding pulse
modelocked (CPM) dye lasers consisted of
a large optical table with myriad individual optics and required continuous tweaking and re-optimization by a highly skilled
laser expert. Then came Ti:sapphire lasers,
pumped first by ion lasers, then by…

compatibility matrix 02

compatibility matrix 02

…PS10
Innova (> 1 W) 200 to 1100 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Pulsed / Dye
ScanMatePro (discontinued 2007) 320 to 860 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Tunable
MBR Ring 700 to 1030 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Ultrafast Lasers for Science
Fidelity-2 1070 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Mira…

COHR WP ChameleonPeakPower 2018-08.pdf

COHR WP ChameleonPeakPower 2018-08.pdf

…800-527-3786 | 408-764-4983
A well-established cause of laser damage is the photo-thermal interaction. This occurs through
linear absorption of the fundamental wavelength of the ultrafast laser source, or of any other CW
or pulsed laser source. Linear absorption is highly dependent on…

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

…femtosecond dye lasers - this was
in the days before the titanium:sapphire
solid state revolution in ultrafast optics.
We had identified that the dispersion
inside the laser resonator would lead to
unknown phase slips of the carrier-wave
relative to the pulse envelope…

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

…a laser pulse, though strictly dependent on the exact temporal profile pulse, is generally written as follows: Where the pulse energy of the laser is: Pav being the average power of the laser, F representing the pulse repetition rate, and p representing the FWHM pulse duration. For a laser scanning…

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