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Where to Buy X-ray Lasers

Laser radiation in the X-ray region can be generated with different means, for example using laser-generated plasmas as X-ray gain media or free electron lasers. Frequently, one uses amplified spontaneous emission, since it is difficult to make effective laser resonators for X-rays.

ESee also our encyclopedia article on X-ray lasers!

Related products: X-ray detectors

Related product category: lasers and laser amplifiers

3 suppliers for X-ray lasers are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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Leading in Ultrafast

Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.

4775 Walnut St. #102
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
www.kmlabs.com

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X-ray lasers

XUUS upconverts ultrafast laser pulses into the Extreme UV (EUV or XUV) or soft X-ray regions of the spectrum. Employing HHG processes, the output beam inherits the coherent properties of a driving laser such as the KMLabs RAEA with wavelengths that can be tuned from  10 nm to 47 nm. Moreover, customized systems can generate coherent beams with wavelengths as short as 6.5 nm. XUUS employs KMLabs' patented hollow waveguide for the high harmonic up-conversion process. The XUUS hollow-core fiber, or waveguide, architecture enables harmonics generated by the system to be distinguished from other HHG methods, guaranteeing your harmonics originate from the same point in space every time, minimizing any pointing drift. This optimizes repeatability for your experiments. Additionally, the use of a fiber rather than typical gas jet or semi-infinite gas cell target geometries provides superior pressure tunability for phase-matched HHG. Now you can choose robustness without compromise.

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Leading in Ultrafast

Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.

4775 Walnut St. #102
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
www.kmlabs.com

E-mail:
X-ray lasers

XUUS upconverts ultrafast laser pulses into the Extreme UV (EUV or XUV) or soft X-ray regions of the spectrum. Employing HHG processes, the output beam inherits the coherent properties of a driving laser such as the KMLabs RAEA with wavelengths that can be tuned from  10 nm to 47 nm. Moreover, customized systems can generate coherent beams with wavelengths as short as 6.5 nm. XUUS employs KMLabs' patented hollow waveguide for the high harmonic up-conversion process. The XUUS hollow-core fiber, or waveguide, architecture enables harmonics generated by the system to be distinguished from other HHG methods, guaranteeing your harmonics originate from the same point in space every time, minimizing any pointing drift. This optimizes repeatability for your experiments. Additionally, the use of a fiber rather than typical gas jet or semi-infinite gas cell target geometries provides superior pressure tunability for phase-matched HHG. Now you can choose robustness without compromise.

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Cycle GmbH

Notkestrasse 85
22607 Hamburg
Germany
www.cyclelasers.com
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UltraFast Innovations GmbH

Am Coulombwall 1
85748 Garching
Germany
www.ultrafast-innovations.com
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