Abstract

Tunable UV radiation centered at 289  nm was obtained from a 532-nm Nd:YAG pumped high-brightness solid-state dye laser, frequency doubled in CsLiB6O10. Frequency doubling to 284–294  nm was demonstrated from a singly doped, rotating pyrromethene dye plastic disk with damage threshold >3J/cm2. UV energies up to 44  mJ at 10  Hz were obtained with a 15% absolute conversion efficiency from 532  nm.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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