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  • Article - 4 Oct 2023
    Raman spectroscopy requires a concentrated source of light, such as a laser, to generate a Raman signal from a sample. The characteristics of the Raman excitation laser/Raman laser primarily affect...
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    Operating on a baby while still inside the womb once seemed impossible, however, medical technology has advanced to the point that not only is this possible, but fetal surgery has better results than...
  • Article - 12 Feb 2020
    There are many different components within lasers that enable them to function effectively, and many of these parts can be made from a choice of materials. One key component is the active laser...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2019
    Optical tweezers are a top-end research tool that employ a highly focused laser beam to trap and manipulate incredibly small particles.
  • Article - 10 Jul 2018
    This article talks about using lasers in surgery.
  • Article - 17 May 2013
    Holmium YAG laser is a solid state laser, where YAG (Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) crystals are doped with rare-earth holmium. The first experiments with doping the YAG laser with holmium were carried out...
  • Article - 17 May 2013
    The YAG (yttrium aluminium garnet) laser is doped with chromium and neodymium in order to enhance the absorption characteristics of the laser. The NdCrYAG laser is a solid state laser.
  • 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
    Thulium-yttrium aluminum garnet (Tm:YAG) laser is used as a suitable means to produce high power laser emission from the 3F4 – 3F6 transition.
  • Article - 15 May 2013
    Er:YAG lasers are solid-state lasers that have erbium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet as a lasing medium. These lasers emit infrared light at a wavelength of 2940 nm.

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