Abstract

It is experimentally shown that using organic materials of high nonlinear refractive index dissolved in a saturable-absorber solution permits femtosecond-pulse compression in a simple colliding-pulse mode-locked laser employing cavity-mirror dispersion adjustment.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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