Abstract

A normal-mode, pulsed Co:MgF2 laser has been operated at room temperature for the first time to our knowledge. Continuous tuning from 1750 to 2500 nm with pulse energies up to 70 mJ and 46% slope efficiency was obtained with a 1338-nm Nd:YAG pump laser.

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