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Influence of Nd3+-concentration on laser transitions in Nd:YAG

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We found 30.9% difference in stimulated emission cross section at 1319 nm between 0.4at.% and 5.4at.% Nd:YAG ceramics by fine spectroscopy. It was also revealed that Stark splitting of Nd:YAG depended on Nd3+-concentration and fabrication processes.

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