…an issue with this new, single-step dry process. Related Products LAMBDA SX LEAP Pulsed Laser Deposition Short and intense laser pulses provide unique benefits for many pulsed laser deposition applications. Pulsed laser deposition (PLD) is a laser-based technique used to grow high quality thin films…
…output wavelength and linewidth is not needed for materials processing.
The Zugspitze group acquired an industrial excimer from Coherent
* with pulse energies up to 1 Joule at
repetition rates up to 350 Hz. They then modified this laser to provide the narrow linewidth and
…lend themselves to be operated both in CW or pulsed operation.
Other lasers, like laser diodes or OPSLs, are not suitable at all for pulsed operations. Within this context, we define as "pulsed" laser devices that produce
pulses of 0.5 to 500 ns. This regime is useful for time-resolved…
…to be pulsed lasers in order to have high peak
power.) Today however, the majority of 2D spectra are obtained in the time domain using
ultrafast laser pulses. Here the two narrow band pulses (wavelengths 1 and 2) implied in figure
1 are each replaced with pairs of femtosecond pulses…
…the intrinsic upper
state coherence time by measuring the
observed linewidth in the anti-diagonal
direction, i.e., perpendicular to the diagonal spectrum. Knowing this so-called
homogeneous linewidth is critical to
the operation of every type of laser and
LED, as well…
…outstanding performance characteristics are now
the standard for this application.
Active spectral narrowing (to much less
than 1 pm) and sophisticated dose and
linewidth control are widely utilized. And
while other technologies, such as extreme
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