Feasibility of a 486 nm Fraunhofer Laser Source Based on a 4F sub 3/2 yields 4I sub 9/2 Neodymium Laser
NAVAL COMMAND CONTROL AND OCEAN SURVEILLANCE CENTER RDT AND E DIV SAN DIEGO CA
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Investigate the potential of a novel laser source based on the neodymium 4F sub 32 yields 4I sub 92 transition for operation at 486.1 nm, the H beta Fraunhofer wavelength. Characterize this transition in NdYAG and also stimulated rotational Raman conversion in H2, D2, and HD as critical steps in such a system.
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