Sydor Optics delivers absorbing filters to the University of Rochester

Feb. 1, 1995
Sydor Optics Inc. (Rochester, NY) recently completed $59,400 worth of absorbing filters for the University of Rochester?s Laboratory for Laser Energetics (Rochester, NY) OMEGA Upgrade Laser Fusion Project. In the laser fusion assembly, 60 infrared lasers (1.053 ?m) are frequency tripled to the ultraviolet immediately prior to reaching the target. The 12in.diameter neutraldensity filters will be components in the largeaperture calorimeters used to perform the energy measurements necessary for tun

Sydor Optics delivers absorbing filters to the University of Rochester

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