Non-linear Spectroscopy Lasers

Non-linear spectroscopy is a generalized term that can encompass a vast number of spectroscopy methods.  This could include applications such as stimulated Raman spectroscopy (SRS), coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS), multi-photon fluorescence spectroscopy, and terahertz spectroscopy to name a few.   While not exclusively the case, the vast majority of non-linear spectroscopy lasers are used in microscopy applications, requiring that these lasers are single spatial mode to get diffraction limited performance out of the microscope objective.  Because of the non-linear nature of these techniques, non-linear spectroscopy lasers must have extremely short pulses and therefore q-switched, and mode-locked lasers are typically preferable.   On this page, you will find a list of our non-linear spectroscopy lasers, including nanosecond and picosecond q-switched lasers and mode-locked femtosecond laser systems.

To see a full list of other applications RPMC lasers are used for please check out our applications page by clicking here.