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A high-energy, alignment-insensitive, injection-seeded Q-switched Ho:yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) single-frequency laser is developed. Both the slave Q-switched laser and the seed laser are Ho:YAG ring lasers based on a pair of corner cubic reflectors. The seed laser has an available power of 830 mW at 2096.667 nm. At 100 Hz, the Q-switched Ho:YAG laser provides a single-frequency pulsed output using injection-seeded technology. The 7.3 mJ single-frequency pulse energy from the slave laser has a pulse width of 161.2 ns and is scaled to 33.3 mJ after passing through the Ho:YAG single-pass amplifier. According to the measurement results of the heterodyne beating technique, the single-frequency pulse has a half-width of 4.12 MHz.
The dielectric properties and tunability with external magnetic and electric fields for LuFe2-xMnxO4 (0 ≤ x ≤ 1) are systematically studied. It was found that the dielectric loss, the ferrimagnetic Curie temperature, and the conductivity reduce with increasing Mn doping. One of the most important results is that the room temperature dielectric tunability with low magnetic and electric fields can be achieved in these samples. The analysis demonstrates that the electron transfer between Fe2+ and Fe3+ is efficiently suppressed with Mn doping and thus results in the decreases of the leaky conductivity and the dielectric loss. Furthermore, from the studies on the combination of impedance and modulus complex planes for the samples with different electrodes, the tunability is found to be more closely related to the extrinsic effect than the intrinsic bulk effect.
This paper deals with a reaction–diffusion model with inner absorptions and coupled nonlinear boundary conditions of exponential type. The critical exponents are described via a pair of parameters that satisfy a certain matrix equation containing all the six nonlinear exponents of the system. Whether the solutions blow up or not is determined by the signs of the two parameters. A more precise analysis, depending on the geometry of $\varOmega$ and the absorption coefficients, is proposed for the critical sign of the parameters.