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Schwartz Jacob: Variable pulse laser. Sanders Associates, Etlinger Louis, Seligman Richard I, August 13, 1974: US3829791 (10 worldwide citation)

A solid state laser having a non linear absorption element inserted in the optical path between the emissive rod and a reflecting surface of the Fabry-Perot cavity. The absorption element is preferably transparent to radiation at the fundamental frequency below a selected threshold. Above the thresh ...


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Variable pulse laser. Sanders Associates, February 21, 1973: GB1308384-A (2 worldwide citation)

1308384 Lasers SANDERS ASSOCIATES Inc 23 July 1970 [23 July 1969] 35868/70 Addition to 1174018 Heading H1C In a Q-switched laser as described in Specification No. 1,174,018 in which the maximum output level is limited by a non-linear absorber 54 having an absorption characteristic which increases wi ...


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Sumita Yasushi, Yamamoto Haruya: Method for evaluating performance of semiconductor photocatalyst by complementary measurement of pulse laser light-excited surface carrier. Japan Atom Energy Res Inst, September 11, 2002: JP2002-257812

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for evaluating a performance of a photocatalyst in which a reaction type (reduction or oxidation) of a substance, and the photocatalyst performance under an environment where the photocatalyst is expected to be used can be estimated instantaneously by using ...


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Miyazawa Kunio, Nagano Hideki, Kondo Takaaki: Laser-ionizing mass spectrograph. Nkk, November 30, 1999: JP1999-329342

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To ensure a highly accurate quantitative analysis irrespective of internal contamination or aging deterioration in an analyzer by dividing a laser beam into two, ionizing an object material on one hand while ionizing an inner reference material on the other hand, then measuring ...