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1.9-W flash-lamp-pumped solid-state 266-nm ultraviolet laser
Zhen Xiang, Jianhong Ge, Zhigang Zhao, Sha Wang, Chong Liu, Jun Chen
State Key Laboratory of Modern Optical Instrumentation, [Zhejiang University], Hangzhou 310027, China
E-mail: jianhong@zju.edu.cn

Chin. Opt. Lett., 2009, 07(06): pp.502-504-3

DOI:10.3788/COL20090706.0502
Topic:Lasers and laser optics
Keywords(OCIS Code): 140.7240  140.3515  

Abstract
Deep ultraviolet lasers have various applications in industries and scientific researches. For 266-nm ultraviolet (UV) laser generation, the good beam quality of 1064-nm laser and the elimination of gray-tracking effect of KTP crystal are two key factors. Using a dynamically stable resonator design, 1064-nm laser with an average power of 52 W is realized with repetition rate of 16 kHz. The measured M2 factor characterizing the beam quality is 1.5. By the elimination of gray-tracking effect of KTP crystal, an 18-W green laser is realized with the M2 factor of 1.6. Using a BBO crystal for the fourth harmonic generation, a 1.9-W 266-nm UV laser is achieved.

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Received:2009/2/17
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Get Citation: Zhen Xiang, Jianhong Ge, Zhigang Zhao, Sha Wang, Chong Liu, Jun Chen, "1.9-W flash-lamp-pumped solid-state 266-nm ultraviolet laser," Chin. Opt. Lett. 07(06), 502-504-3(2009)

Note: This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 10876037) and the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (No. 20080441238).



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