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Principles of Lasers

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ISBN-10: 0306457482

ISBN-13: 9780306457487

Edition: 4th 2005 (Revised)

Authors: Orazio Svelto, David C. Hanna

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List price: $99.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Springer
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 628
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.278
Language: English

Orazio Svelto is Professor of Quantum Electronics at the Polytechnic Institute of Milan and Director of the Quantum Electronics Center of the Italian National Research Council. His research has covered a wide range of activity in the field of laser physics and quantum electronics, starting from the very beginning of these disciplines. This activity includes ultrashort-pulse generation and applications, development of laser resonators and mode-selection techniques, laser applications in biology and medicine, and development of solid-state lasers. Professor Svelto is the author of more than 150 scientific papers and his researches have been the subject of more than 50 invited papers and…    

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Introductory Concepts
Interaction of Radiation with Atoms and Ions
Energy Levels, Radiative, and Nonradiative Transitions in Molecules and Semiconductors
Ray and Wave Propagation through Optical Media
Passive Optical Resonators
Pumping Processes
Continuous Wave Laser Behavior
Transient Laser Behavior
Solid-State, Dye, and Semiconductor Lasers
Gas, Chemical, Free-Electon, and X-Ray Lasers
Properties of Laser Beams
Laser Beam Transformation: Propagation, Amplification, Frequency Conversion, Pulse Compression, and Pulse Expansion
Semiclassical Treatment of the Interaction of Radiation and Matter
Lineshape Calculation for Collision Broadening
Simplified Treatment of Amplified Spontaneous Emission
Calculation of the Radiative Transition Rates of Molecular Transitions
Space-Dependent Rate Equations
Mode-Locking Theory: Homogeneous Line
Propagation of a Laser Pulse through a Dispersive Medium or a Gain Medium
Higher-Order Coherence
Physical Constants and Useful Conversion Factors
Answers to Selected Problems