Abstract

The pulsed strontium recombination laser operating at 430 nm for which mean output powers of up to 2 W have been obtained at pulse repetition frequencies of several kilohertz represents an attractive source for pumping of narrow-linewidth dye lasers in the blue-green spectral region and has a variety of other scientific and medical applications.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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