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  • CARS Fiber Device

Mar 2010
Newport CorporationRequest Info
Designed for use with 800-nm femtosecond lasers, the SCG-800-CARS from Newport Corp. contains 12-cm, highly nonlinear photonic crystal fiber with zero dispersion points at ~775 and 945 nm. The coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) fiber device is suitable for spectroscopy and microscopy applications. Its two closely spaced, zero-dispersion wavelengths deliver stable, low-noise supercontinuum generation that allows control of the spectral shape by tuning the pump wavelength. The fiber ends are sealed and mounted in quartz ferrules, with the polarization axis aligned to a line on the end of the device. Its fiber is mounted in a robust, 25-mm-diameter, 120-mm-long aluminum housing, which can be easily mounted on a translation stage.


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With respect to light radiation, the restriction of the vibrations of the magnetic or electric field vector to a single plane. In a beam of electromagnetic radiation, the polarization direction is the direction of the electric field vector (with no distinction between positive and negative as the field oscillates back and forth). The polarization vector is always in the plane at right angles to the beam direction. Near some given stationary point in space the polarization direction in the beam...
See crystal quartz; fused quartz.
translation stage
A small optical mounting platform that is usually mobile on ball bearings and can be driven manually or by motor to provide precision movement along two axes.
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