• The LNQO laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art nanosecond and picosecond laser sources. Namely the following laser systems are currently available: two Q-switched Nd:YAG lasers, namely a 4ns (Gaussian beam profile) and an 8ns (top-hat beam profile), a mode-locked 35ps Nd:YAG laser, an 8ns optical parametric oscillator (OPO) laser system operating between 215-2300 nm, a 30 mW He-Ne laser, a 15ns excimer laser (operating at 193, 248 and 309 nm) and a home-made dye laser. A femtosecond laser system operating either at 40fs, 10Hz at 800 nm and/or at 20fs, 1kHz at 800/400 nm is expected to be delivered during the current academic year.
  • Laser power/energy meters.
  • A variety of optical accessories suitable for the spectral regions from UV to NIR (200 to 2000nm) as e.g. lenses, mirrors, interference filters, neutral density filters, colour optical filters, polarizers, beam-splitters, quartz cells, fiber bundles, etc.
  • High, medium and low resolution monochromators/spectrographs coupled to ICCD and CCD detectors or to photomultipliers (covering the spectral region 180-1100nm).
  • A VUV monochromator with its vacuum pump system, equipped with an ICCD detector operating from 30 to 550nm is also available.
  • Two digital oscilloscopes (1GHz)
  • Several Boxcar integrators, voltage/current amplifiers and preamplifiers, delay units, ns pulse generator, and several data acquisition modules.
  • Vacuum equipment (rotary, diffusion and turbo pumps, pressure and vacuum gauges, and chambers)
  • Opto-mechanical equipment (linear translators, mounts, holders, etc). 

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