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A study by Ido Kaminer of the Technion showed that quantum mechanics is important in understanding Chernkov radiation. This type of radiation causes nuclear reactors to glow. Articles in Haaretz and Nature.
Laser Quantum explains the basic principles of continuous wave (CW) laser technology in a post.
Laser Quantum is an industry leading developer of high quality, solid-state lasers, designed with end users in mind. Their systems are based on a commitment to performance excellence over extended life cycles and rugged conditions.
What parameters should be considered when choosing a laser for Raman spectroscopy:
Laser Quantum offers a series of lasers suitable for Raman spectroscopy light sources. Their ventus 532 is unrivalled in terms of its size-to-power ratio. This is their most compact 532 nm laser, and it is optimized for success in the scientific industry.
Avia laser from Coherent:
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The DeepCleave module from Holo/Or is a complete optical solution for cutting applications. There is no need for additional high NA objectives or other high cost optics.
Reasons to choose DeepCleave for your gas cutting application include:
Manx Precision Optics (MPO) has released a new white paper discussing ultrafast mirrors for femtosecond laser systems. Ultrafast systems require low group delay dispersion (GDD) components to access and maintain femtosecond pulse durations.
Holo/Or explains how diffractive optical lenses work by using the wave nature of light, modifying the phase of the propagating light by slowing it down in some areas of the beam vs. others, thus shaping the light using diffraction effects.
A DOE changes the phase of the light propagated through it by using micro-structure patterns fabricated onto the substrate material. Light that passes through the sunken areas in the element moves faster than light that traverses the higher areas (since light’s speed in air is faster than in the material), creating a controlled phase delay.