The easy-to-fabricate, phosphate-based laser glass LFS5 has been developed, with parameters at the level of the phosphate glasses of the leading producer countries. A process has been adopted for producing LFS5 glass of high optical quality for large active elements in the form of rods up to 1000 mm long from a glass melt in a platinum crucible of moderate volume. © 2004 Optical Society of America
L. I. Avakyants, V. I. Molev, A. E. Pozdnyakov, and V. F. Surkova, "A new phosphate laser glass," J. Opt. Technol. 71, 828-829 (2004)
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