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Thermal Lensing

  • R. T. Bailey
  • F. R. Cruickshank
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 46)

Abstract

In this chapter, applications of the techniques of thermal lens measurements are described for all commonly used geometries. Particular attention is given to experimental design and important parameters are discussed with reference to each configuration. Quantitative results in the fields of energy transfer kinetics, transport phenomena, photochemistry, surface phenomena, spectroscopy, photoacoustics, and laser physics are described. Special attention is paid to the coaxial geometry, since other configurations are discussed at length in other chapters of this volume.

Keywords

Probe Beam Pump Beam Thermal Lens Probe Laser Thermal Conductivity Coefficient 
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  • F. R. Cruickshank

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