Tunable single pass gain in titanium-activated lithium germanium oxide

Loiacono, G. M.; Shone, M. F.; Mizell, G.; Powell, Richard C.; Quarles, G. J.; Elouadi, B.
March 1986
Applied Physics Letters;3/10/1986, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p622
Academic Journal
Laser-pumped single pass gain measurements were made on crystals of titanium-activated lithium germanium oxide between about 388 and 524 nm. Gain was observed throughout this spectral region with a peak cross section of about 1.7×10-19 cm2 near 450 nm.


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