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  • Article - 27 Nov 2023
    Laser mode locking generates ultrashort pico- and femtosecond pulses by establishing phase uniformity among intrinsic cavity modes. This article overviews the fundamentals of laser mode locking, its...
  • Article - 7 Apr 2023
    The optical lattice clock has revolutionized scientific timekeeping by achieving unprecedented levels of accuracy. This article will introduce an overview of optical lattice clocks, how they work,...
  • Article - 3 Feb 2022
    Photonics is a field that has seen incredibly rapid developments in the last 25 years. Modern photonics is said to have begun in the 1960s with the development of the first lasers and has the...
  • Article - 19 Jul 2019
    Additive manufacturing is used in several industries and is an efficient and eco-friendly alternative to conventional fabrication techniques. This article discusses lasers and how they are used in 3D...
  • Article - 14 May 2018
    There are thousands of different types of lasers which are divided into different types according to the lasing medium they use. The most common ‘types’ of laser are gas, liquid, solid-state and...
  • Article - 18 May 2013
    Erbium is a chemical element belonging to the category of rare earth metals. The trivalent ion of erbium (Er3+) is often used as the dopant for a number of glass and crystal lasers.
  • Article - 17 May 2013
    Ytterbium doped glass laser is a solid state laser doped with ytterbium. Ytterbium and other rare earths are used to dope the active lasing mediums of solid state lasers. Doping with ytterbium...
  • Article - 16 May 2013
    Ytterbium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Yb:YAG) laser is one of the most promising laser-active materials that are more suitable for diode-pumping than the traditional Nd-doped systems.
  • Article - 16 May 2013
    Ytterbium oxide is a highly insoluble and thermally stable ytterbium source that is suitable for ceramic, optic and glass applications. Ytterbium-doped glasses and laser crystals have a simple...
  • Article - 15 Oct 2007
    THis article discusses the differences between dye, fiber hosted, semiconductor, solid-state and free electron lasers.

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