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Thermal characteristics of Nd-doped disordered Nd: BaLaGa3O7 crystal

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At room temperature, the specific heat, thermal diffusion coefficient and thermal conductivity were determined to be 0.365 J/g/K, 0.97 mm/s and 1.96 W/m/K. The conductivity increases with increasing temperature, which makes high power scaling possible.

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