glass laser

glass laser

[¦glas ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A solid laser in which glass serves as the host for laser ions of such materials as erbium, holmium, neodymium, and ytterbium. Also known as amorphous laser.
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At Skin Philosophie, we use the ultra-modern Palomar[R] Lux 1540 Non-ablative Fractional Erbium Glass Laser, which tightens the skin and eliminates fine lines and deep folds.
The facility houses a large neodymium glass laser system and a target chamber in which the physics experiments are conducted.
Built around the company's Neodymium YLF/Phosphate Glass laser, this and the beam control optics were contained within a compact main camera unit, with laser path control optics provided on portable mounts, so that the whole would fit within a space 5m x 5m.
The NIF team has successfully tested the prototype frame assembly unit (FAU) bus, the enclosure that will house the glass laser amplifiers.
The only blot on the horizon appeared to be the "Christmas tree"-style sculpture, whose glass laser cone rarely seems to be working.
Designed to be a totally hands-off process, Pioneer's automated manufacturing cell takes audio/video glass laser disc masters through a multi-step production matrix.
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NOVA is the world's largest glass laser, housed in at least one large building at Lawrence Livermore (CA) National Laboratory (LLNL).