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Spectral and temporal characteristics of a subpicosecond krypton fluoride excimer laser (krypton fluoride, photon fluorescence)
Spectral and temporal characteristics of a subpicosecond KrF excimer laser are determined with the use of a one meter spectrometer, a single shot intensity autocorrelator, and a single shot phase sensitive autocorrelator. ...
Optical characterization of lithium niobate thin film waveguides sputtered on sapphire substrates
Thin films of lithium niobate on various oriented sapphire substrates were fabricated by the rf sputtering method. Polarized He-Ne laser light with a wavelength of 6328 A was successfully coupled into the optical waveguides ...
Studies of ionic alkali halide excimer molecules excited by laser-produced plasmas
New ionic states of alkali halide molecules, which are isoelectronic to the neutral rare gas halide molecules, have been generated by direct photoionization using the soft x-ray flux from a laser-produced plasma. The ...
A thin film lithium niobate ferroelectric transistor
The incorporation of a thin film of LiNbO$\sb3$ in a conventional MOS (metal-oxide-semiconductor) structure gives the possibility of two fundamentally different types of computer memory architectures. One, based on ...
Characterization of plasmas from a pulsed jet discharge with applications to VUV spectroscopy and micromechanics
Plasmas from a pulsed jet discharge have been characterized with respect to gas species and nozzle design. Spectral lines from the gas used in the pulsed jet are apparent in the visible region. The vacuum ultraviolet ...
A neural network approach to the redundant robot inverse kinematic problem in the presence of obstacles
Redundancy in robots is very much an open research area in the field of robotics. As the tasks required of robots become more and more complex, the ability of robots to perform satisfactorily in these applications must ...