• ZnGeP2 Crystals

    ZnGeP2 Crystals

    ZGP crystals possessing large nonlinear coefficients (d36=75pm/V), wide infrared transparency range(0.75-12μm), high thermal conductivity(0.35W/(cm·K)), high laser damage threshold (2-5J/cm2)and well machining property, ZnGeP2 crystal was called the king of infrared nonlinear optical crystals and is still the best frequency conversion material for high power, tunable infrared laser generation. We can offer high optical quality and large diameter ZGP crystals with extremely low absorption coefficient α < 0.05 cm-1(at pump wavelengths 2.0-2.1 µm), which can be used to generate mid-infrared tunable laser with high efficiency through OPO or OPA processes.

  • AgGaS2 Crystals

    AgGaS2 Crystals

    AGS is transparent from 0.50 to 13.2 µm. Although its nonlinear optical coefficient is the lowest among the mentioned infrared crystals, high short wavelength transparency edging at 550 nm is made use of in OPOs pumped by Nd:YAG laser; in numerous difference frequency mixing experiments with diode, Ti:Sapphire, Nd:YAG and IR dye lasers covering 3–12 µm range; in direct infrared countermeasure systems, and for SHG of CO2 laser. Thin AgGaS2 (AGS) crystal plates are popular for ultrashort pulse generation in mid IR range by difference frequency generation employing NIR wavelength pulses.

  • AgGaSe2 Crystals

    AgGaSe2 Crystals

    AGSe AgGaSe2 crystals have band edges at 0.73 and 18 µm. Its useful transmission range (0.9–16 µm) and wide phase matching capability provide excellent potential for OPO applications when pumped by a variety of different lasers. Tuning within 2.5–12 µm has been obtained when pumping by Ho:YLF laser at 2.05 µm; as well as non-critical phase matching (NCPM) operation within 1.9–5.5 µm  when pumping at 1.4–1.55 µm. AgGaSe2 (AgGaSe2) has been demonstrated to be an efficient frequency doubling crystal for infrared CO2 lasers radiation.

  • BaGa4Se7 Crystals

    BaGa4Se7 Crystals

    High-quality crystals of BGSe (BaGa4Se7) is the selenide analogue of the chalcogenide compound BaGa4S7, whose acentric orthorhombic structure was identified in 1983  and the IR NLO effect was reported in 2009, is a newly developed IR NLO crystal. It was obtained via the Bridgman–Stockbarger technique. This crystal exhibits high transmittance over the wide range of 0.47–18 μm, except for an absorption peak at around 15 μm.

  • BaGa2GeSe6 Crystals

    BaGa2GeSe6 Crystals

    The BaGa2GeSe6 crystal has a high optical damage threshold (110 MW/cm2), a wide spectral transparency range (from 0.5 to 18 μm) and a high nonlinearity (d11 = 66 ± 15 pm/V) , which makes this crystal very attractive for frequency conversion of laser radiation into (or within) the mid-IR range.

  • AgGaGeS4 Crystals

    AgGaGeS4 Crystals

    The AgGaGeS4  crystal is one of the solid solution crystal with extremely tremendous potential among the increasingly developed new nonlinear crystals. It inherits a high nonlinear optical coefficient(d31=15pm/V), a wide transmission range(0.5-11.5um) and low absorption coefficient(0.05cm-1 at 1064nm).

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