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What does QCL stand for?

QCL stands for Quantum Cascade Laser

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com/prnh/20120202/FL45310LOGO) LightPath invites you to visit them at Booth #1451 and be among the first to see LightPath's new: * Thermal imaging assemblies with diamond-like coatings * Green lenses: Molded glass aspheric optics optimized to provide high transmission and improved performance for green diode lasers * Connectorized collimators: Product line expanded to include 405nm and 633nm wavelengths, new choices for a variety of beam sizes, and a more rugged, improved glass optic * Long Wave InfraRed (LWIR) collimating optics: New long wavelength collimating lenses designed to collimate quantum cascade lasers On May 1st, at 9:40 AM, Ray J.
SouL Man aims at establishing the field of THz opto-mechanics, relying on quantum cascade lasers for investigating phenomena and concepts available in this spectral range and in optically active systems, as wells as at using this knowledge to implement innovative device functionalities and applications.
The fourth edition adds a brief chapter on fiber lasers and expands the discussion of diode laser arrays, raman lasers, quasi-phase matching, and quantum cascade lasers.
Murphy Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, will help to use quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) in a number of applications, including remote sensing of hazardous chemicals.
1 include chemical sensing using quantum cascade lasers, laser diagnostics of combustion process, and tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy.
Twenty-five years in the making, since physicists Rudy Kazarinov and Robert Suris first proposed the concept, the quantum cascade laser promises to be smaller, more flexible, and less costly to make than similar lasers, the Bell Lab team says.