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Laser-induced damage at 1064 nm, 125 psec

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Abstract

A general review of extensive damage measurements using linearly polarized 1064-nm pulses with durations of 125±25 psec is presented. Samples tested included bare polished glass surfaces, several types of dielectric thin films, plastics, diamond-turned and polished metal surfaces, and evaporated metal films. A multiple-beam apparatus which allows rapid measurements of laser-damage thresholds is also described.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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