Abstract

We have developed a tunable, narrow-bandwidth (<2cm1) mid-infrared (MIR) optical parametric system with a large-aperture periodically poled Mg-doped LiNbO3 (LA-PPMgLN)-based high-energy pump source. The system has a continuously tunable tuning range from 4.6to11.2μm and produces a maximum output energy of 2.0mJ at 5.1μm. Practical use of the MIR source is demonstrated by MIR-UV double-resonance spectroscopy of jet-cooled acetanilide.

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