You are using an Nd: YAG laser as an excitation source for a time-resolved fluorescence experiment..
You are using an Nd: YAG laser as an excitation source for a time-resolved fluorescence experiment. The Nd: YAG laser emits at 1064 nm. You are using a nonlinear optical material (KTP) to generate the second harmonic of this beam at 532 nm. The 532 nm output still contains a percentage of the laser fundamental at 1064 nm and you want to only use the 532 nm photons. Search online or in an optics catalog for a filter that will block 1064 nm and pass 532 nm. Characterize the loss at both 532 nm and 1064 nm for the filter. Dec 08 2021 01:34 PM
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