Abstract

Using a 2.3  mm thick KBe2BO3F2 crystal optically contacted with CaF2 in a prism-coupled device, fourth-harmonic generation of a femtosecond (150  fs) Ti:sapphire laser system at wavelength 200  nm with a high conversion efficiency of 26.1% has been recently obtained. The maximum output at 200  nm is 10.7  mW.

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