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Investigation of laser-pumped dye lasers

Investigation of laser-pumped dye lasers
Investigation of laser-pumped dye lasers
A Q-switched ruby laser operating in TEMOO mode, is used as an optical pump source for a cryptocyanine dye laser. A method of verifying TEMOO mode operation is given.

Two novel techniques for longitudinal pumping of the dye laser are described. These depend on the phenomenon of depolarisation of the dye fluorescence.

Measurements are performed on the energy conversion efficiency, output spectrum, and polarisation of a quasi-longitudinally pumped dye laser.
Fitzgerald, Eamon
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Fitzgerald, Eamon
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Fitzgerald, Eamon (1970) Investigation of laser-pumped dye lasers. University of Southampton, Electronics and Computer Science, Masters Thesis, 122pp.

Record type: Thesis (Masters)

Abstract

A Q-switched ruby laser operating in TEMOO mode, is used as an optical pump source for a cryptocyanine dye laser. A method of verifying TEMOO mode operation is given.

Two novel techniques for longitudinal pumping of the dye laser are described. These depend on the phenomenon of depolarisation of the dye fluorescence.

Measurements are performed on the energy conversion efficiency, output spectrum, and polarisation of a quasi-longitudinally pumped dye laser.

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Published date: 1970
Organisations: University of Southampton, Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 361283
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361283
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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:04

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Author: Eamon Fitzgerald

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