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Title Perspectives in optics research / [edited by] Jeffrey M. Ringer.
Imprint Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, [2011]
©2011

Series Lasers and electro-optics research and technology
Lasers and electro-optics research and technology series.
Subject Optics.
Alt Name Ringer, Jeffrey M.
Series Lasers and electro-optics research and technology
Lasers and electro-optics research and technology series.
Subject Optics.
Alt Name Ringer, Jeffrey M.
Description 1 online resource (x, 221 pages) : illustrations.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents PERSPECTIVES IN OPTICS RESEARCH; PERSPECTIVES IN OPTICS RESEARCH ; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; RECENT PROGRESSES OF MULTI-WAVELENGTH SEMICONDUCTOR LASER DIODES FOR OPTICAL INFORMATION STORAGE SYSTEMS ; ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. HYBRID-INTEGRATED TWO-WAVELENGTH LASER DIODES ; 2.1. Conventional Type Lasers ; 2.2. Holographic Pick-Up Module Type Lasers; 2.3. Chip-to-Chip Bonding Type Lasers; 3. MONOLITHIC-INTEGRATED TWO WAVELENGTH LASER DIODES ; 3.1. Visible and Infrared Bands Integrated Type Lasers; 3.2. Green and Red Bands Integrated Type Lasers ; 4. CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES.
SOLITON PROPAGATION IN THREE-LEVEL ATOMIC SYSTEM UNDER DETUNED EXCITATIONAbstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Model; 3. SolitonintheThree-LevelMediumPumpedbyCW-field; 4. SolitonVelocity; Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; IN-LINE HOLOGRAM RECONSTRUCTION BY USING ITERATIVE ALGORITHMS; ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FORMULAS USED IN RECONSTRUCTION ; 3. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE YG AND GS ALGORITHMS ; 4. OBJECT RECONSTRUCTION FROM DOUBLE OR MULTI HOLOGRAMS ; 5. OBJECT RECONSTRUCTION FROM A HOLOGRAM SERIES ; 6. CONCLUSION ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES.
PHOTOACOUSTIC SPECTROSCOPY OF NO2 AND SEVERAL APPLICATIONS ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 1.1. Optical Techniques for Gas Traces Detection ; 1.2. Nitrogen Dioxide Pollution ; 1.3. Spectroscopy of the NO2 Molecule ; 1.4. Advantages of Visible PA Spectroscopy ; 2. MATERIALS, COMPONENTS AND GAS HANDLING ; 3. PULSED PA EXPERIMENTS ; 3.1. Theory ; 3.2. Data Processing: High Resolution FFT [21] ; 3.3. Experimental ; 3.3.1. Excitation by a Tunable Dye Laser (430-470 nm); 3.3.2. Excitation by the Second Harmonic of a Nd:YAG Laser (532 nm) ; 4. RESONANT PA EXPERIMENTS.
4.1. Simple and Cheap Acquisition System 4.2. Excitation by a Mechanically Modulated Green Laser ; 4.3. Excitation by a High Repetition Pulsed Green Laser [30]; 5. ONE-DIMENSIONAL PIPE RESONATORS; 5.1. Acoustic Transmission Line Model ; 5.2. SF6 Multiphoton Absorption Cross Section Determination [35] ; 6. CONCLUSION ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES ; CHEMICAL OXYGEN IODINE LASER: CURRENT DEVELOPMENT STATUS AND APPLICATIONS ; ABSTRACT ; 1.0. BACKGROUND ; 2.0. BASICS OF CHEMICAL-OXYGEN IODINE LASER ; 2.1. Gain ; 2.2. Power Output and Chemical Efficiency; 2.3. Singlet Oxygen Transport Loss.
2.4. Iodine Molecular Dissociation 2.5. Extraction Efficiency ; 2.6. Mixing Efficiency ; 3.0. CHEMICAL-OXYGEN IODINE LASER: SUB-SYSTEMS ; 3.1. Singlet Oxygen Generators ; 3.1.1. Bubbler SOG ; 3.1.2. Rotating Disc SOG; 3.1.3. Jet Singlet Oxygen Generator; 3.2. Resonators ; 3.2.1. Stable Resonators ; 3.2.2. Unstable Resonator ; 3.2.3. Other Resonator Geometries; 3.3. Nozzles and Iodine Injection System ; 3.3.1. Computational Analysis of Chemical Laser Flow Fields; 3.4. Supersonic Diffuser ; 3.5. Trap and Vacuum Pumps ; 4.0. COIL: RECENT TRENDS ; 4.1. COIL Efficiency and Compactness Issues.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781620819920 (electronic bk.)
1620819929 (electronic bk.)
9781611229349
1611229340
OCLC # 839305436
Additional Format Print version: Perspectives in optics research. Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, ©2011 9781611229349 (DLC) 2010044752 (OCoLC)683247679


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