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Activation of a Spatial, Temporal, and Spectrally Sculpted Front End for the Mercury Laser

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Abstract

We have produced over 500 mJ using a hybrid fiber-based master-oscillator system coupled with a Yb:S-FAP power amplifier. This system is designed with spatial, temporal, and spectral sculpting enabling broadband amplification correctable for gain narrowing.

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