Mid-IR Dispersive Mirrors

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Author: Ugnius Gimževskis, Arturas Samalius
Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Dispersive mirrors in Mid-IR (1 – 6 µm) range could finally substantially aid the combination of various bulk materials, such as semiconductors (Si, Ge, GaAs) and dielectrics (fluorides, sapphire, YAG) as the straightforward means to compensate dispersion and compress ultrafast mid-IR laser pulses.

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