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Size distributions of carbon nanoparticles formed when soot is irradiated with a single shot from a pulsed laser as a function of laser fluence (axis into the page) for 532 nm irradiation (left) and 1064 nm irradiation (right) from a YAG laser with pulse durations of 7 and 10 ns, respectively. For details see the paper by Michelsen et al., pp. 959-977.
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- Fiber lasers and their applications [Invited]
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- Three-dimensional display system using near on-axis,...
- Review of multiscale optical design