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Dual Wavelength Laser Excitation of Bandgap Materials: Challenges for Efficient Energy Coupling

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Theoretical and experimental studies have demonstrated that bi-chromatic laser action on bandgap materials can result in highly enhanced efficiency of local energy coupling at properly chosen combinations of wavelengths and energies.

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