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Nd:GdVO4 in face-cooled geometries: Thin-disk and high-power microchip lasers

Kemp, A. and Valentine, G.J. and Burns, D. (2005) Nd:GdVO4 in face-cooled geometries: Thin-disk and high-power microchip lasers. Trends in Optics and Photonics, 98. Vol 98. ISSN 1094-5695

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Abstract

The potential of Nd:GdVO4 for face-cooled geometries is discussed. Particular emphasis is given to experimental and finite element studies of thin-disk and high-power, monolithic, microchip geometries. Efficient laser operation is reported.