Abstract

Thermal dephasing due to two-photon absorption-induced linear absorption is reduced by minimizing second- and fourth-harmonic beam overlap through tight elliptical focusing perpendicular to the walk-off plane, leading to multi-watt, high-repetition rate ultraviolet generation in BBO.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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