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NEW LASER MATERIALS FOR EYE-SAFE SOURCES: Yb3+-Er3+-CODOPED PHOSPHATE GLASSES

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Abstract

At present, the two most commonly used approaches for achieving eye-safe laser sources are, both, flashlamp and laser diode pumped Yb3+-Er3+-codoped phosphate glasses from the Kigre Inc. and Raman shifted Nd3+:YAG laser.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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