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Multi-Terawatt CO2 Laser with Chirped-Pulse Amplification

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Abstract

A chirped-pulse amplification technique is implemented for the first time in a picosecond CO2 laser. A considerable increase in peak power is achieved, mainly as a result of eliminating nonlinear effects in the optical elements.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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