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Yb:YAG composite ceramic laser
Author(s): Edgar Pawlowski; Michael Kluge; Yvonne Menke; Ulrich Peuchert; Axel Engel; Yan Lin Aung; Akio Ikesue; Kolja Beil; Rigo Peters; Henning Kuehn; Klaus Petermann; Peter Heist
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Paper Abstract

Yb:YAG ceramic laser materials, fabricated by vacuum sintering technology, were optically investigated within different laser set-up configurations. The established nanopowder vacuum sintering process shows good potential for mass fabrication of multicomposite ceramic laser materials with different dopant concentrations. 5%, 7%, 10% single dopant and 7%/20% core-cladding multi-composite Yb:YAG materials were fabricated and investigated. The highest measured slope efficiency, for the composite ceramic laser materials was 81%, at 1030 nm emission wavelength, similar to Yb:YAG single crystals.

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Date Published: 17 February 2010
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 7578, Solid State Lasers XIX: Technology and Devices, 757815 (17 February 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.842071
Show Author Affiliations
Edgar Pawlowski, SCHOTT AG (Germany)
Michael Kluge, SCHOTT AG (Germany)
Yvonne Menke, SCHOTT AG (Germany)
Ulrich Peuchert, SCHOTT AG (Germany)
Axel Engel, SCHOTT AG (Germany)
Yan Lin Aung, World Lab Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Akio Ikesue, World Lab Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Kolja Beil, Univ. Hamburg (Germany)
Rigo Peters, Univ. Hamburg (Germany)
Henning Kuehn, Univ. Hamburg (Germany)
Klaus Petermann, Univ. Hamburg (Germany)
Peter Heist, JENOPTIK Laser, Optik, Systeme GmbH (Germany)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7578:
Solid State Lasers XIX: Technology and Devices
W. Andrew Clarkson; Norman Hodgson; Ramesh K. Shori, Editor(s)

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