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PICOSECOND SPECTROSCOPY USING A PICOSECOND CONTINUUMBUSCH GE; JONES RP; RENTZEPIS PM et al.1973; CHEM. PHYS. LETTERS; NETHERL.; DA. 1973; VOL. 18; NO 2; PP. 178-185; BIBL. 29 REF.Serial Issue

Spectral dynamics in dye lasers: a new picosecond sourceMARTIN, M. M; BREHERET, E; MEYER, Y. H et al.Optics communications. 1985, Vol 56, Num 1, pp 61-66, issn 0030-4018Article

INFLUENCING PARAMETERS IN TIME RESOLVED PICOSECOND SPECTROSCOPY AND A NEW LIGHT GATE METHODVARMA CAGO; RENTZEPIS PM.1973; CHEM. PHYS. LETTERS; NETHERL.; DA. 1973; VOL. 19; NO 2; PP. 162-165; BIBL. 16 REF.Serial Issue

REGENERATIVE DIODE LASER PULSERPARK RE; GARSIDE BK.1982; APPL. OPT.; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 1; PP. 5-7; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

Optical klystron configuration for a high gain X-ray free-electron laserGALLARDO, J. C; PELLEGRINI, C.Optics communications. 1990, Vol 77, Num 1, pp 45-48, issn 0030-4018, 4 p.Article

BROADLY TUNABLE BLUE-GREEN PICOSECOND PULSES FROM A FLASHLAMP-PUMPED DYE LASERWYATT R.1981; OPT. COMMUN.; ISSN 0030-4018; NLD; DA. 1981; VOL. 38; NO 1; PP. 64-66; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

Synchronized picosecond pulse generation with a synchronously pumped dye laser and a compressed Nd: YAG laser for non-degenerate transient grating experimentsSIEGNER, U; NOLL, G; GÖBEL, E. O et al.Applied physics. B, Photophysics and laser chemistry. 1989, Vol 48, Num 1, pp 21-23, issn 0721-7269, 3 p.Article

Picosecond time- and space-domain holography by photochemical hole burningSAARI, P; KAARLI, R; REBANE, A et al.Journal of the Optical Society of America. B, Optical physics (Print). 1986, Vol 3, Num 4, pp 527-533, issn 0740-3224Article

The temperature dependence of the fluorescence decay of low-density lipoproteinsSPRAGG, S. P; WIJNAENDTS VAN RESANDT, R. W.Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1984, Vol 792, Num 1, pp 84-91, issn 0006-3002Article

Picosecond studies of luminescence of cis polyacetyleneHAYES, W; IRONSIDE, C. N; RYAN, J. F et al.Journal of physics. C. Solid state physics. 1983, Vol 16, Num 2, pp L729-L732, issn 0022-3719Article

ANALYSE DU LASER PICOSECONDE A REACTION PAR INERTIEBURNEJKA K; PISKARSKAS A; SIRUTKAJTIS V et al.1980; LITOV. FIZ. SB.; ISSN 0024-2969; SUN; DA. 1980; VOL. 20; NO 1; PP. 91-95; ABS. LIT/ENG; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

SPATIAL TRANSMISSION OF THE PICOSECOND OPTICAL SHUTTER.GILLMAN GB; RAMSDEN SA.1974; OPT. COMMUNIC.; NETHERL.; DA. 1974; VOL. 11; NO 3; PP. 309-311; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

MESURE DIRECTE DE LA DISTRIBUTION SPECTRALE DU COEFFICIENT D'AMPLIFICATION K(LAMBDA ) POUR COLORANT DANS DES CONDITIONS DE POMPAGE PICOSECONDEKRYUKOV VV.1975; OPT. I SPEKTROSK.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1975; VOL. 38; NO 6; PP. 1185-1186; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

ULTRA-FAST STREAK CAMERAS FOR LASER DIAGNOSTICS.COLEMAN LW.sdIN: OPTOELECTRON. LASER TECHNOL. I.E.E.E. REG. SIX (WEST. U.S.A.) CONF.; ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.; 1974; NEW YORK; INST. ELECTR. ELECTRON. ENG.; DA. S.D.; PP. 9-12; BIBL. 19 REF.Conference Paper

COMPRESSION OF 100-PSEC LASER PULSES.LEHMBERG RH; MCMAHON JM.1976; APPL. PHYS. LETTERS; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 28; NO 4; PP. 204-206; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

A study of picosecond pulse generation by a double-resonator dye laserSIMON, P; KLEBNICKZI, J; SZABO, G et al.Optics communications. 1986, Vol 56, Num 5, pp 359-364, issn 0030-4018Article

Near transform-limited picosecond dye laser pulses by cascaded transient oscillationXIE, Y. J; KWOK, H. S; LONG, D. G. H et al.Applied optics. 1986, Vol 25, Num 12, pp 1877-1878, issn 0003-6935Article

Single hetrostructure lasers: a picosecond light pulse sourceNUNES, F. D.Applied optics. 1985, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 41-43, issn 0003-6935Article

Seventeen psec pulses from a nitrogen laser-pumped short-cavity rhodamine 6G dye laserLIESEGANG, G. W.Applied optics. 1983, Vol 22, Num 16, pp 2405-2407, issn 0003-6935Article

PICOSECOND APPLICATIONS OF JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONSMCDONALD DG; PETERSON RL; HAMILTON CA et al.1980; IEEE TRANS. ELECTRON DEVICES; ISSN 0018-9383; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 27; NO 10; PP. 1945-1965; BIBL. 62 REF.Article

SHORT-CAVITY PICOSECOND DYE LASER DESIGNCOX AJ; SCOTT GW.1979; APPL. OPT.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 18; NO 4; PP. 532-535; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

Picosecond fluorescence decay time measurements of nucleic acids at room temperature in aqueous solutionGEORGHIOU, S; NORDLUND, T. M; SAIM, A. M et al.Photochemistry and photobiology. 1985, Vol 41, Num 2, pp 209-212, issn 0031-8655Article

The shape of a picosecond pulseLOHMANN, A. W.Optik (Stuttgart). 1984, Vol 66, Num 4, pp 317-328, issn 0030-4026Article

Quantitative XPS surface chemical analysis and direct measurement of the temporal response times of glass-bonded NEA GaAs transmission photocathodesPHILLIPS, C. C; HUGHES, A. E; SIBBETT, W et al.Journal of physics. D, Applied physics (Print). 1984, Vol 17, Num 8, pp 1713-1725, issn 0022-3727Article

GENERATION OF SYNCHRONOUS, CONTINUOUSLY TUNABLE HIGH-POWER PICOSECOND PULSESDRISCOLL TA; GUIDOTTI D; GERRITSEN HJ et al.1982; REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS; ISSN 0034-6748; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 53; NO 10; PP. 1547-1549; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

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