Abstract

We demonstrate a gain-switched thulium-doped fiber laser with electrically wavelength tuning in the 1.7-μm band. The achieved stable laser pulses with an energy of 1.6 μJ are exploited to implement spectroscopic photoacoustic microscopy of lipid.

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