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A ruby laser head. The photo on the left shows the head unassembled, revealing the pumping cavity, the rod and the flashlamps. The photo on the right
A ruby laser head. The photo on the left shows the head unassembled, revealing the pumping cavity, the rod and the flashlamps. The photo on the right shows the head assembled.
Various laser pumping cavity configurations.
Various laser pumping cavity configurations.
Laser pumping lamps. The top three are xenon flashlamps while the bottom one is a krypton arc lamp
Laser pumping lamps. The top three are xenon flashlamps while the bottom one is a krypton arc lamp
External triggering was used in this extremely fast discharge. Due to the very high speed, (3.5 microseconds), the current is not only unable to fully
External triggering was used in this extremely fast discharge. Due to the very high speed, (3.5 microseconds), the current is not only unable to fully heat the xenon and fill the tube, but is still in direct contact with the glass.
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Laser rods (from left to right): Ruby, Alexandrite, Er:YAG, Nd:YAG
Laser rods (from left to right): Ruby, Alexandrite, Er:YAG, Nd:YAG