Laser Quantum’s lasers are suitable for a wide and diverse list of applications. In physics departments our lasers are used to pump ultrafast oscillators, create frequency combs with higher stabilised phase behaviour and conduct ultrafast time domain spectroscopy with high resolution benefits of using repetition offsets rather than the limitations asociated with the traditional translational slide method of creating time delay.
In biomedical laboratories, our lasers are routinely used for fluorescence microscopy including super-resolution, our GHz femtosecond lasers show great advantages for imaging lifetimes, optical tweezing and trapping, DNA sequencing and cytometry.
In analytical laboratories, Raman spectroscopy, PIV, holography and interferometry are ideal applications and industry uses them for optical testing, heads up displays and marking applications.
Laser Quantum can offer the right laser with the characteristics needed to exceed the demands put on them. For more information, please visit www.laserquantum.com/applications/
Some of the applications Laser Quantum’s lasers are used in.
3D holographic storage
Asynchronous Optical Sampling (ASOPS)
Carrier Envelope Phase Stabilisation
Cytometry and cell sorting
Dual Comb CARS
Holography and holographic storage
IR optical testing
Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV)
Marking & etching
Particle Imaging Velocimetry (PIV)
Raman spectroscopy and microscopy
Terahertz optical pumping
Ti/Dye optical pumping
Ti: Sapphire pumping
Ultrafast time domain spectroscopy
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