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20 February 2007 Single-frequency stabilization of frequency-tripled nanosecond Ti:sapphire laser injection-seeded for silicon atom optics
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A frequency-tripled nanosecond pulsed Ti:sapphire laser injection-seeded by a cw single-frequency Ti:sapphire laser has been developed. The single-frequency stability of this light source is demonstrated successfully by matching between the optical frequency of the seed laser and the cavity frequency of the slave laser with build-up time electronics. It is also discussed with fluctuations of the wavelength of the Ti:sapphire laser and the optogalvanic signal of silicon atoms. This unique light source opens the door to silicon atom optics, which is capable of manipulating atoms isotopically for novel material processing.
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Yasutomo Shiomi, Takeshi Yamamoto, Hiroshi Kumagai, and Ataru Kobayashi "Single-frequency stabilization of frequency-tripled nanosecond Ti:sapphire laser injection-seeded for silicon atom optics", Proc. SPIE 6451, Solid State Lasers XVI: Technology and Devices, 64510U (20 February 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.699800
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