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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Ultrashort laser pulses with durations in the femtosecond range up to a few picoseconds provide a unique method for precise materials processing or medical applications. Paired with the recent developments in ultrashort pulse lasers, this technology is finding its way into various application fields. The book gives a comprehensive overview of the principles and applications of ultrashort pulse lasers, especially applied to medicine and production technology. Recent advances in laser technology are discussed in detail. This covers the development of reliable and cheap low power laser sources as well as high average power ultrashort pulse lasers for large scale manufacturing.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Applications of high-intensity lasers stem from direct laser beam interactions with matter and from interactions with matter of the secondary particle and photon sources they drive. The most common applications are motivated by scientific, commercial, medical, and security needs. The division between this chapter and Chapter 5 is somewhat artificial: Science is clearly a main application of high-intensity lasers, and all applications of high-intensity lasers rely on the fundamental science of high-intensity laser-matter interactions. The use of lasers in applications has economic and practical motivations.
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Ultrashort laser pulses with durations in the femtosecond range up to a few picoseconds provide a unique method for precise materials processing or medical applications. Paired with the recent developments in ultrashort pulse lasers, this technology is finding its way into various application fields. The book gives a comprehensive overview of the principles and applications of ultrashort pulse lasers, especially applied to medicine and production technology. Recent advances in laser technology are discussed in detail. This covers the development of reliable and cheap low power laser sources as well as high average power ultrashort pulse lasers for large scale manufacturing.
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The unique characteristics of ultrafast lasers have rapidly revolutionized materials processing after their first demonstration in The ultrashort pulse width of the laser suppresses heat diffusion to the surroundings of the processed region, which minimizes the formation of a heat-affected zone and thereby enables ultrahigh precision micro- and nanofabrication of various materials. In addition, the extremely high peak intensity can induce nonlinear multiphoton absorption, which extends the diversity of materials that can be processed to transparent materials such as glass. Nonlinear multiphoton absorption enables three-dimensional 3D micro- and nanofabrication by irradiation with tightly focused femtosecond laser pulses inside transparent materials. Thus, ultrafast lasers are currently widely used for both fundamental research and practical applications.
Download the PDF version Introduction In optics, dispersion is the phenomenon in which the phase velocity of a light wave in the material depends on its frequency wavelength. One of the most well-known examples of dispersion is the splitting of white light into its full spectrum of colors wavelengths as it passes through a glass prism. Chromatic dispersion also causes the focal length of imaging lenses to be wavelength dependent, and thus specially designed lenses are required to mitigate chromatic effects on image quality in applications like optical microscopy. Both of these examples of so-called material dispersion involve continuous wave cw light. For pulsed light the effects of material dispersion are even more pronounced, with the most striking effects observed when ultrashort laser pulses are used.
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