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Journal of Applied Physics
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Observation of compressed picosecond pulses of high repetition rate from a Nd-glass laser

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Abstract

Picosecond pulses generated by a mode-locked neodymium-glass laser have been compressed down to 0.5 psec with a repetition rate up to 3 × 10 11 Hz by the insertion of a glass flat inside the laser cavity. The reduction in pulse width is attributed to a frequency-dependent transit time on transmission through the glass flat. © 1974 American Institute of Physics.

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06 Oct 2003

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Journal of Applied Physics

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