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3). 57 Transition point temperature is listed. 6 ~6–7 Crystalline solid-state laser materials such as YAG are superior to glasses in thermal conductivity and mechanical strength. Glasses, because of the extremely large lengths of material used when making use of distributed heat along their surface, create great opportunities for solving many thermal management issues existing in crystalline lasers. In addition, some spectroscopic parameters of the laser glass, such as broad absorption lines, make them superior for many diode pump applications (reviewed in later chapters).
One of the well-known techniques that is used to increase absorption of laseractive ions and enhance efficiency of rare-earth ion excitation is co-doping the laser active ion with another ion, using a more suitable pumping spectral location, a high doping concentration, and an efficient pumping excitation transfer to the lasing ion. Therefore, this technique is very important in clad pumping geometry in which, as mentioned above, effective absorption of the active laser center in the cladding is reduced significantly.
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