Novel ablation of fused quartz by preirradiation of vacuum-ultraviolet laser beams followed by

Sugioka, K.; Wada, S.
September 1994
Applied Physics Letters;9/19/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p1510
Academic Journal
Investigates the novel ablation of fused quartz by preirradiation of vacuum-ultraviolet laser beams followed by fundamental beam irradiation. Analysis on preirradiating fifth and sixth order anti-Stokes beams; Details on the creation of silicon oxide in the fused quartz; Effects of preirradiation and fundamental beam irradiation on the ablation process.


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