Resonant third harmonic generation of KrF laser in Ar gas

R. Rakowski, A. Barna, T. Suta, J. Bohus, I. B. Földes, S. Szatmári, J. Mikołajczyk, A. Bartnik, H. Fiedorowicz, C. Verona, G. Verona Rinati, D. Margarone, T. Nowak, M. Rosiński, L. Ryć

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Abstract

Investigations of emission of harmonics from argon gas jet irradiated by 700 fs, 5 mJ pulses from a KrF laser are presented. Harmonics conversion was optimized by varying the experimental geometry and the nozzle size. For the collection of the harmonic radiation silicon and solar-blind diamond semiconductor detectors equipped with charge preamplifiers were applied. The possibility of using a single-crystal CVD diamond detector for separate measurement of the 3rd harmonic in the presence of a strong pumping radiation was explored. Our experiments show that the earlier suggested 0.7% conversion efficiency can really be obtained, but only in the case when phase matching is optimized with an elongated gas target length corresponding to the length of coherence.

Original languageEnglish
Article number123105
JournalReview of Scientific Instruments
Volume85
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2014

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Harmonic generation
Diamonds
harmonic generations
harmonics
Radiation
Semiconductor detectors
Phase matching
Lasers
diamonds
Gases
gases
Conversion efficiency
lasers
Argon
Chemical vapor deposition
Laser pulses
harmonic radiation
Nozzles
gas jets
preamplifiers

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Rakowski, R., Barna, A., Suta, T., Bohus, J., Földes, I. B., Szatmári, S., ... Ryć, L. (2014). Resonant third harmonic generation of KrF laser in Ar gas. Review of Scientific Instruments, 85(12), [123105]. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4902346

Resonant third harmonic generation of KrF laser in Ar gas. / Rakowski, R.; Barna, A.; Suta, T.; Bohus, J.; Földes, I. B.; Szatmári, S.; Mikołajczyk, J.; Bartnik, A.; Fiedorowicz, H.; Verona, C.; Verona Rinati, G.; Margarone, D.; Nowak, T.; Rosiński, M.; Ryć, L.

In: Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol. 85, No. 12, 123105, 01.12.2014.

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Rakowski, R, Barna, A, Suta, T, Bohus, J, Földes, IB, Szatmári, S, Mikołajczyk, J, Bartnik, A, Fiedorowicz, H, Verona, C, Verona Rinati, G, Margarone, D, Nowak, T, Rosiński, M & Ryć, L 2014, 'Resonant third harmonic generation of KrF laser in Ar gas', Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 85, no. 12, 123105. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4902346
Rakowski, R. ; Barna, A. ; Suta, T. ; Bohus, J. ; Földes, I. B. ; Szatmári, S. ; Mikołajczyk, J. ; Bartnik, A. ; Fiedorowicz, H. ; Verona, C. ; Verona Rinati, G. ; Margarone, D. ; Nowak, T. ; Rosiński, M. ; Ryć, L. / Resonant third harmonic generation of KrF laser in Ar gas. In: Review of Scientific Instruments. 2014 ; Vol. 85, No. 12.
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