Crystal field engineering of solid state laser materials by Brian Henderson, Ralph H. Bartram
By Brian Henderson, Ralph H. Bartram
This booklet examines the underlying technology and layout of laser fabrics. It emphasizes the rules of crystal-field engineering and discusses the elemental actual strategies that be certain laser achieve and nonlinear frequency conversion in optical crystals. Henderson and Bartram improve the predictive features of crystal-field engineering to teach how amendment of the symmetry and composition of optical facilities can increase laser functionality. in addition they talk about purposes of the rules of crystal-field engineering to a number of optical crystals relating to the performances of laser units. This publication should be of substantial curiosity to actual, chemical and fabric scientists and to engineers excited by the technological know-how and know-how of reliable kingdom lasers.
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