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  • 2017 European Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics and European Quantum Electronics Conference
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  • paper CA_11_1

Yellow Picosecond Diamond Raman Laser

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Visible pulsed lasers are required for many applications, for example in biomedical imaging [1] and STED microscopy [2]. Such applications often have stringent requirements on the wavelength and pulse duration, which are not directly available from typical solid-state sources. One method of accessing these wavelengths is to use Raman lasers, with diamond being an excellent Raman laser material [3, 4] due to its outstanding thermo-optic properties [5].

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