Different light sources can be used for optically stimulated luminescence measurements and usually a halogen lamp in combination with filters or light emitting diodes (LED’s) are used to provide the desired stimulation wavelength. However lasers can provide a much more well-defined beam, very narrow spectrum, high intensities and fast pulsing characteristics. Apart from potential significant reduction in filtration requirements as compared to the LED’s, these characreistics help in accurate examination of different trap parameters. In this poster recent work on a general approach for synthesizing any wavelength in the visible and ultraviolet light based sum frequency generation between two lasers is presented.
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||UK Luminescence and ESR Meeting 2009 - London, United Kingdom|
Duration: 26 Aug 2009 → 28 Aug 2009
|Seminar||UK Luminescence and ESR Meeting 2009|
|Period||26/08/2009 → 28/08/2009|
- Radiation physics
- Nuclear technologies