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October 27th, 2005
Carbon Nanotubes Mode-Lock Fiber Laser
Researchers at the University of Tokyo and at Alnair Laboratories Corp. of Kawaguchi, Japan, have demonstrated what they believe is the first 1300-nm laser mode-locked with carbon nanotubes. The accomplishment is an extension of their earlier work in which they mode-locked 1550-nm lasers with the nanotubes.
University of Tokyo
Alnair Laboratories Corp.
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