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Characteristic Defects and Imperfections in KDP Crystals Grown at High Rates

  • I. L. Smol’skii
  • N. P. Zaitseva
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Part of the Growth of Crystals book series (GROC, volume 19)

Abstract

Crystals of the KDP group are widely used in various branches of science and technology as frequency doublers, modulators, laser gates, parametric generators, and other active elements of devices for controlling a laser beam in addition to videotransformers [1]. Large crystals with highly uniform physical properties are needed for these purposes.

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