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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…modifies the crystal refractive index and alters the polarization of the incoming light; an appropriate combination of polarization-sensitive optics can be placed in the cavity to prevent light of altered polarization from circulating. Other types of lasers, such as excimer lasers, do not require…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…modifies the crystal refractive index and alters the polarization of the incoming light; an appropriate combination of polarization-sensitive optics can be placed in the cavity to prevent light of altered polarization from circulating. Other types of lasers, such as excimer lasers, do not require…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…modifies the crystal refractive index and alters the polarization of the incoming light; an appropriate combination of polarization-sensitive optics can be placed in the cavity to prevent light of altered polarization from circulating. Other types of lasers, such as excimer lasers, do not require…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…such as excimer lasers; however, for most lasers, it is necessary to further enhance the gain with multiple passes through the laser medium. This is implemented along an optical axis defined by a set of cavity mirrors that produce feedback (Figure 2). The lasing medium (a crystal, a semiconductor…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…such as excimer lasers; however, for most lasers, it is necessary to further enhance the gain with multiple passes through the laser medium. This is implemented along an optical axis defined by a set of cavity mirrors that produce feedback (Figure 2). The lasing medium (a crystal, a semiconductor…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…such as excimer lasers; however, for most lasers, it is necessary to further enhance the gain with multiple passes through the laser medium. This is implemented along an optical axis defined by a set of cavity mirrors that produce feedback (Figure 2). The lasing medium (a crystal, a semiconductor…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…melt with each individual pulse. This leads to efficient crystal formation due to crystal growth in the vertical direction, starting at the interface between the molten and residual unmolten silicon. ELA requires an excimer laser that combines high pulse energy (up to 2 joules) and repetition…

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