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Tunable 397-nm light source for spectroscopy obtained by frequency doubling of a diode laser

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Abstract

Continuous-wave radiation of 1.8 mW at 397 nm was generated by frequency doubling a 100-mW GaAlAs diode laser in a lithium iodate crystal placed in an external enhancement cavity. The radiation had a narrow linewidth and a continuous frequency-scanning range of 6 GHz. The UV radiation obtained was applied to laser cooling of calcium ions stored in a rf trap.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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