Access provided by: anon Sign Out. Origin and Future of Polycrystalline Ceramic Lasers Abstract: Since highly efficient laser oscillation by Nd:YAG ceramics has been reported, various types of transparent ceramics have been developed and also power scaling has been performed.
Theoretical clarification on why polycrystalline ceramics having numerous structural defects grain boundaries could generate highly efficient laser oscillation is very important, and it will be a road map for the development of polycrystalline laser gain media for the future. This material had 5. Forming composite gain media by ceramic technology is very important for further power scaling and sophistication of laser functionality. In this report, advantages of bonding technology to form composite gain media are described. Your opinions are important to us.
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Yb:CaF 2 -LaF 3 ceramic samples with different combinations of doping concentrations. Credit: University of Electro Communications. More information: Shotaro Kitajima et al.
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