Physics of Laser Crystals

Physics of laser crystals has been constantly developing since the invention of the laser in 1960. Nowadays, more than 1500 wide-band-gap and semiconductors crystals are suitable for the production of the laser effect. Different laser devices are widely used in science, medicine and communication sy...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Krupa, Jean-Claude (Editor), Kulagin, Nicolay A. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
Series:Nato Science Series II:, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Structure and Functional Properties of Crystalline Materials
  • 2. Uv-Vuv Lasers and Fast Scintillators
  • 3. Persistent Luminescence Materials
  • 4. Relaxation of Mid—IR Transitions of Nd3+ in Laser Crystals with “Short” Phonon Spectra
  • 5. Growth and Characterization of Y-Lu-Gd Aluminium Perovskites
  • 6. What Kind of Information is Possible to Obtain From 2S+1L Terms of 4fN Configurations?
  • 7. Location Of Charge-Compensating Vacancy In Ionic Crystals Doped with Rare Earth Ions: In case of cubic perovskite KMgF3 doped with Eu2+ Ions
  • 8. Fluorescence Dynamics of Er3+ Ions in MBE-Grown GaN-Thin Films
  • 9. Heterogeneous Dispersed Systems: The New Material science approach
  • 10. Electronic Structure of Doped and Irradiated Wide Band-Gap Crystals
  • 11. Overlap Polarizability and Covalency in Diatomic Molecules and Europium Complexes
  • 12. Red-Infrared Emission of Tm3+ Ions In YVO4 and LiNbO3 Crystals By Multi-Phonon Excitation With High Power 798 Nm Laser Diode
  • 13. Valence State Stability In SrTiO3 Doped With Me/Re-Ions
  • 14. Optical Transparency of Quartz and Fullerite C60 at High Power Infrared Laser Irradiation
  • 15. An Optimal Way For Computation of Non-Linear Optical Properties of Crystals and Large Conjugated Molecules Within Cluster Models
  • 15 Modification of Solid Surface by a Compression Plasma Flow