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Solution Manual for Laser Fundamentals 2nd Edition by William T. Silfvast

Solution Manual for Laser Fundamentals 2nd Edition by William T. Silfvast

This updated second edition includes new material throughout, especially though, in the areas of solid-state lasers, semiconductor lasers, and laser cavities. Simple explanations lead the reader logically from the basics of laser action to advanced topics in laser physics and engineering in this comprehensive introduction to the physical and engineering principles of laser operation and design. Direct explanations, examples, and many homework problems make this book invaluable to undergraduate and first-year graduate students taking courses on lasers. Summaries of key types of lasers, use of unique theoretical descriptions, and an extensive bibliography also recommend this volume to researchers.

1. Introduction;
Part I. Fundamental Wave Properties of Light: 2. Wave nature of light – the interacting of light with materials;
Part II. Fundamental Quantum Properties of Light: 3. The particle nature of light – discrete energy levels; 4. Radiative transitions and emission linewidth; 5. Energy levels and radiative properties of molecules, liquids (organic dyes) and solids (dielectrics and semiconductors); 6. Radiation and thermal equilibrium – absorption and stimulated emission;
Part III. Laser Amplifiers: 7. Conditions for producing a laser – population inversions, gain, and gain saturation; 8. Laser oscillation above threshold; 9. Requirements for obtaining population inversions; 10. Laser pumping requirements and techniques;
Part IV. Laser Resonators: 11. Laser resonator modes; 12. Stable laser resonators and Gaussian beams; 13. Special laser cavities;
Part V. Specific Laser Systems: 14. Laser systems involving low density gain media; 15. Laser systems involving high density gain media;
Part VI. Frequency Multiplication of Laser Beams: 16. Frequency multiplication of lasers and other non linear optical effects.
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