Analysis of materials of heat sinks for injection lasers with internal acoustic modulation of radiation

  • M. M. Belov
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Abstract

A theoretical analysis of materials that are potentially suitable for fabrication of heat sinks of injection lasers with internal acoustic modulation of radiation is carried out. The conditions under which the heat sink can also function as a sound duct and a thermocompensator in brazing are determined.

Keywords

Radiation Statistical Physic Theoretical Analysis Heat Sink Acoustic Modulation 

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