Nd: YAG crystal rod is used in Laser marking machine and other laser equipment. It is the only solid substances that can work continuously at room temperature, and is the most excellent performance laser crystal.
The YAG laser can be doped with chromium and neodymium in order to enhance the absorption characteristics of the laser.
Nd:YAP is a well known host for solid state lasers. The crystal anisotropy of YAP offers numerous advantages.
Nd:YVO4 is the most efficient laser host crystal for diode pumping among the current commercial laser crystals, especially, for low to middle power density. This is mainly for its absorption and emission features surpassing Nd:YAG.
Cr:Er:YSGG (Erbium，Chromium doped Yttrium Scandium Gallium Garnet) provides an efficient laser crystal for generating 2800nm light in an important water absorption band. It becomes one of the most promising laser crystals recently owing to its high conver
Er: YAG is a kind of excellent 2.94 um laser crystal, widely used in laser medical system and other fields.
Yb:YAG is one of the most promising laser-active materials and more suitable for diode-pumping than the traditional Nd-doped systems.
Ho,Cr,Tm:YAG -yttrium aluminium garnet laser crystals doped with chromium,thulium and holmium ions to provide lasing at 2.13 microns are finding more and more applications,especially in the medical industry.
Ho:YAG Ho3+ ions doped into insulating laser crystals have exhibited 14 inter-manifold laser channels, operating in temporal modes from CW to mode-locked .
Ho:YAP crystal is grown by the Czochralski technique, has a large anisotropic thermal expansion and good thermal conductivity.
Tm doped crystals embrace several attractive features that nominate them as the material of choice for solid-state laser sources with emission wavelength tunable around 2um.
Erbium doped Yttrium Aluminum Perovskite (Er:YAP or Er:YAlO3) is a well known host for solid state lasers. Doping with Erbium allows Q-switch operation under flash lamp excitation. High repetition rates are possible, especially at 1,66 µm laser emission.