Last edited by Mazumuro
Saturday, July 18, 2020 | History

3 edition of Far-infrared difference-frequency generation by picosecond laser pulses found in the catalog.

Far-infrared difference-frequency generation by picosecond laser pulses

Tatsuo Yajima

Far-infrared difference-frequency generation by picosecond laser pulses

by Tatsuo Yajima

  • 38 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lasers.,
  • Infrared radiation.,
  • Submillimeter waves.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Tatsuo Yajima and Nobuo Takeuchi.
    SeriesTechnical report of ISSP., no. 418
    ContributionsTakeuchi, Nobuo, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC176 .T6 no. 418
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4061399M
    LC Control Number79571438

    Far Infrared Generation.- Tunable Far-Infrared Generation by Difference-Frequency Mixing in Indium Antimonide.- Kilowatt Spin-Flip Outputs in the 5 m Region: Application to Chemical Spectroscopy and Resonant Non-Linear Mixing.- Spectroscopy IV.- Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Optical laser systems at the Linac Coherent Light Source. The operating wavelength range of the OPA can be extended past nm by difference frequency generation (DFG). (sub-picosecond) timing of laser pulses in the absence of configuration changes to the laser system.

    Polyatomic molecules in condensed phases possess a manifold of vibrations that are of intra- and/or intermolecular character (section ).Intramolecular vibrations in a frequency range from approximately 30– THz (– cm −1) have been studied extensively by nonlinear vibrational spectroscopy in the femto- to picosecond time domain.. Two-dimensional infrared (2D-IR. The Laser Spectroscopy Conference held at Vail, Colorado, June , was in certain ways the first meeting of its kind. Var ious quantum electronics conferences in the past have covered non linear optics, coherence theory, lasers and masers, breakdown, light scattering and so on. However, at Vail only two major themes were developed - tunable laser sources and the use of lasers in.

    The Laser Spectroscopy Conference held at Vail, Colorado, June , was in certain ways the first meeting of its kind. Var ious quantum electronics conferences in the past have covered non linear optics, coherence theory, lasers and masers, breakdown, light scattering and so on. Ultrafast Phenomena X by Paul F. Barbara, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.


Share this book
You might also like
Infrared photodissociation of gas phase ions

Infrared photodissociation of gas phase ions

County Kerry agricultural resource survey

County Kerry agricultural resource survey

An appendix to my essay to gunnery

An appendix to my essay to gunnery

Stylish Settings

Stylish Settings

American society and the changing world

American society and the changing world

Ashe County, North Carolina, 1850 census

Ashe County, North Carolina, 1850 census

Somerset

Somerset

Extension of the Sugar act.

Extension of the Sugar act.

Home winemakers handbook

Home winemakers handbook

Votes and proceedings, of the Lower House of Assembly of the province of Maryland.

Votes and proceedings, of the Lower House of Assembly of the province of Maryland.

Dispersal of white and Shasta red fir seeds on a clearcut

Dispersal of white and Shasta red fir seeds on a clearcut

International yearbook of education.

International yearbook of education.

Fire protection equipment.

Fire protection equipment.

Public transport - meeting your needs?.

Public transport - meeting your needs?.

Thoughts of a martyr, blessed Thomas More

Thoughts of a martyr, blessed Thomas More

Far-infrared difference-frequency generation by picosecond laser pulses by Tatsuo Yajima Download PDF EPUB FB2

Generation of far-infrared radiation by optical rectification of picosecond light pulses and by mixing of two tunable dye lasers. Theoretical study of coherent phonon generation by optical means in a one-dimensional superlattice. Three investigations of difference frequency generation (DFG) of far-infrared radiation by optical mixing are described, i.e., a theory of DFG by monochromatic, focused Gaussian pump laser beams, a theory of DFG by a picosecond pump laser pulse, and an experiment using ruby-pumped dye lasers.

obtained by these schemes is limited for each gas and laser combination and is not continuously tunable. Molecular gas lasers using gases such as HCN, CH 3 F, or methanol provide a number of discrete wavelengths in the wavelength region beyond 30 µm and extending to longer than µm.

Most of these lasers are optically pumped by pulsed CO 2 lasers and emit pulses in the microsecond time. We report efficient generation of picosecond pulses in the near-and mid-infrared in the new nonlinear material CdSiP(2) pumped at mu m by an amplified mode-locked Nd: YVO(4) laser at kHz.

Frequency upconversion of laser pulses at μm to those at μm was measured in the presence of Nd:YAG laser pulses based on difference-frequency generation in a mm-long GaSe crystal.

Ultrashort Laser Pulses: Generation and Applications Wolfgang Kaiser (auth.), Professor Dr. Wolfgang Kaiser (eds.) This second edition in paperback provides an up-to-date review of the state of the art in different generation processes for ultrashort laser pulses.

References H.A. Gebbie, Fourier transform spectroscopy–Recollections of the period –, Infrared Phys. 24(), () P. Connes, Early history of Fourier transform Spectroscopy, Infrared Phys. 24, 69 ()   The terahertz (THz) spectral region, in this book considered as the range from to 10 THz (1 mm–30 μm), is one of the most exciting and, at the same time, most frustrating sectors of the.

Third harmonic generation (THG, nm) from Nd:YAG laser is generated as a sum frequency of first ( nm) and second harmonic nm) radiation.

Difference frequency generation – radiation with frequency ω 1 and ω 2 is mixed and converted to new radiation with frequency corresponding to difference of both frequencies ω 1 – ω 2. ω 1. Optical Nonlinearities with Ultrashort Pulses By A. Laubereau (With 27 Figures) 35 Nonlinear Polarization 35 Three-Wave Interactions 36 Second Harmonie Generation 36 Sum-Frequency Generation and Its Application for UV Pulses 42 Difference-Frequency Generation and Down-Conversion to the Far Infrared   One possible option will be using a difference frequency generation scheme with picosecond laser pulses.

This will require tailored laser sources as well as novel nonlinear materials with high χ (2) and transparency window for phonon absorption.

Alternative solutions might entail quasi-phase matched optical rectification, again requiring Cited by: Almost 60 years have passed since the first demonstration of a laser in After the initial spark of interest, lasers were for a while categorized as “a solution waiting for a problem,” but bit by bit, the range of their applications has expanded to encompass fields as diverse as DNA sequencing, consumer electronics manufacturing, or freezing the motion of electrons around atoms.

Main Optics of femtosecond laser pulses. Optics of femtosecond laser pulses Akhmanov, V.A. Vysloukh, A.S. Chirkin picosecond parametric pulse duration approximation media focusing Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion.

Yajima, N. Takeuchi: Spectral properties and tunability of far-infrared difference frequency radiation produced by picosecond light pulses. Jpn. Appl. Phys. Typical synchronously pumped OPOs have a picosecond or femtosecond mode-locked laser as a pump source, such as a 1-μm neodymium-doped laser or a titanium–sapphire laser.

Their average pump power is between a few hundred milliwatts and a few watts, the pulse repetition rate is between MHz and 1 GHz, and the power conversion efficiency is.

As an aside to the present topic of THz spectroscopy, a parallel technology is the development of high-speed, high-current electrical switches (LeFur and Auston, ) by optical activation with short laser the book edited by Rosen and Zutavern () for an in-depth treatment of this topic.

It was realized that a short carrier lifetime would be needed for high frequency detection Cited by: 2. Andrey V. Muraviev. Senior Research Scientist at CREOL The College of Optics and Photonics of trace molecules and their isotopologues with broadband mid-IR frequency combs produced via optical subharmonic generation.

Konstantin Vodopyanov Signal attenuation, Terahertz radiation, Field effect transistors, Picosecond phenomena, Laser. After the pulse compressor consisting of four gratings, we obtained compressed laser pulses with an energy of 83 J and the pulse duration of fs, producing PW laser pulses with the low energy fluctuation of % (rms).

Consequently, we successfully upgraded one of the PW laser beamlines to the 4 PW, 20 fs beamline. High-power terahertz (THz) generation in the frequency range of –10 THz has been a fast-developing research area ever since the beginning of the THz boom two decades ago, enabling new technological breakthroughs in spectroscopy, communication, imaging, etc.

By using optical (laser) pumping methods with near- or mid-infrared (IR) lasers, flexible and practical THz sources covering Cited by: 7. Laser in der Technik / Laser in Engineering Tunable Subpicosecond Light Pulses in the Mid Infrared Produced by Difference Frequency Generation.

Pages Lauterwasser, C. (et al.) A Frequency Tunable High Power Mid- and Far-Infrared Laser System. Pages Schatz, W. (et al.)Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. option will be using a difference frequency generation scheme with picosecond laser pulses. This will require tailored laser sources as well as novel nonlinear materials with high χ(2) and transparency window for phonon absorption.

Alternative solutions might entail quasi-phase matched optical recti!ca.Broadband terahertz generation near the reststrahlen band in LiNbO3 waveguides B. Carnio, A. Elezzabi Proc. SPIE.Terahertz, RF, Millimeter, and Submillimeter-Wave Technology and Applications XII.Enter search terms.

Keep search filters New search. Advanced search.