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Picosecond green and deep ultraviolet pulses generated by a high-power 100 kHz thin-disk laser

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We report on the generation of the second (515 nm) and fourth (257.5 nm) harmonics from a 100 kHz diode-pumped solid-state laser operating at a wavelength of 1030 nm which uses one Yb:YAG thin disk in the regenerative amplifier and delivers 60 W of the average output power in pulses of 4 ps duration. Thirty-five W in green light and 6 W in deep ultraviolet (DUV) were achieved. The sensitivity of the second harmonic generation efficiency toward the lithium triborate crystal temperature is demonstrated in experiment. The overall conversion efficiency from NIR to DUV of 10% was achieved. The β-barium borate and cesium lithium borate crystals were used as green to DUV convertors and compared regarding the efficiency and spectral bandwidths. The achieved output power is unique for DUV picosecond pulses.

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