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Degenerated optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification with cesium lithium borate

, : Degenerated optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification with cesium lithium borate. Applied Optics 45(3): 565-568

A gain amplifier for degenerated optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification (OPCPA) with lithium triborate and cesium lithium borate (CLBO) crystals was demonstrated in a near-collinear configuration. The signal gain of the final energy amplifier with CLBO was approximately 6. After compression, the 123 fs pulse duration was obtained. Compared with potassium dihydrogen phosphate, it is confirmed that CLBO is more effective as a nonlinear crystal in a final power amplifier for terawatt or petawatt OPCPA systems. To our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of OPCPA with CLBO.


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