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Crystals for Stimulated Raman Scattering

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EKSMA OPTICS offers crystalline materials: Barium Nitrate (Ba(NO3)2) and undoped potassium gadolinium tungstate (KGd(WO4)2) which have attracted much interest as most suitable crystals for stimulated Raman scattering (SRS). These materials can be used for frequency conversion in lasers for extending of tuning range. SRS in crystals is compatible with current all-solid-state technology and provides a very simple, compact means of frequency conversion.

 

We can now also offer nominally pure and neodymium doped Barium tungstate, Strontium tungstate and Strontium molybdate single crystals that feature higher Raman gain as compared to KGW or CaCO3 and relatively higher thermal conductivity as compared to a Ba(NO3)2.

KGW Crystals for Stimulated Raman Scattering
For picosecond pulses we offer undoped KGW crystals that feature high damage threshold, making the crystal an excellent candidate for power scaling.
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delivery Estimated delivery time: 15 - 16 days
Barium and Strontium Tungstate-Molybdate Crystals
Nominally pure and neodymium doped Barium tungstate, Strontium tungstate and Strontium molybdate single crystals.
from 1495 $
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Barium Nitrate Crystals - Ba(NO3)2
Ba(NO3)2 has the highest Raman gain coefficient among other SRS crystals. However, the thermal lensing is particularly strong.
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