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Efficient Heat Removal from Laser Crystal with Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond Heat Spreader

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Abstract

By using a chemical vapor deposited diamond wafer as heat spreader between a YAG and a copper heat sink, a 3.6 times higher effective heat transfer coefficient has been measured compared with conventional indium contact.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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