Laser Fundamentals: Part 1

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Laser Fundamentals: Part 1

Laser Fundamentals: Part 1 (Landolt-Bornstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series)
by H. J. Eichler (Contributor), B. Eppich (Contributor), J. Fischer (Contributor), R. Güther (Contributor), G. G. Gurzadyan, A. Hermerschmidt (Contributor), A. Laubereau (Contributor), V. A. Lopota (Contributor), O. Mehl (Contributor), C. R. Vidal (Contributor), H. Weber (Contributor), B. Wende (Contributor)
Springer | ISBN:3540443797 | Year:2005 | 263 pages | PDF | 2.7MB

In the recent decades the laser beam source matured to a universal tool common to scientific research as well as to industrial use. Today a technical goal is the generation of optical power towards shorter wavelengths, shorter pulses and higher power for application in science and industry. Tailoring the optical energy in wavelength, space and time is a requirement for the investigation of laser-induced processes, i.e. excitation, non-linear amplification, storage of optical energy, etc.