By Oleksiy Shulika, Igor Sukhoivanov
The booklet offers a mix of utilized and primary study reflecting a number of issues in laser physics and applications
It provides either the review-type contributions and good researched and documented case experiences, and is meant for graduate scholars, younger scientist, and emeritus scientist working/studying in laser physics, optoelectronics, optics, photonics, and adjoining areas
The booklet comprises either experimental and theoretical experiences, in addition to their combos of those two
Contains over one hundred thirty illustrations
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In most lasers the slowest process is the relaxation of inversion (n) on the laser transition in an active medium, described by the relaxation rate γ = 1/T1 . The relaxation rate of polarization, γ⊥ = 1/T2 , is usually the highest, and these are the class B lasers. 1). , [1, 3, 28]). However, its full effect shows only in the class D lasers, where the field dynamics may be important as well. The latter is not reduced to the situation when the field adiabatically follows the polarization because, due to SR, the field amplitude, E, can be high enough during some time periods, so that the cavity relaxation rate, γE , appears to be smaller than the Rabi frequency, ωR = dE/h, ¯ and, hence, than the rate of stimulated transitions between the energy levels of active centers (d is a dipole moment of the 2-level transition, h¯ the Planck constant) .
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