355nm Wavelength Generation of Nd:YAG Laser Using Olive Oil

  • Aqeel S. Fadhil Ministry of Oil/ State Company for Oil Projects
  • Anwaar A. Al-Dergazly Department of Laser and Electronic Optic/ College of Engineering/ University of Nahrain
  • Ziad T. Al-Dahan Department of Laser and Electronic Optic/ College of Engineering/ University of Nahrain

Abstract

 This project introduces a prospective material for photonic laser applications. The material is olive oil which is classified as organic compound, having a good nonlinear optical properties candidate to be used in photonic applications. A high purity sample of olive oil has been used. The theoretical calculation to generate third harmonic wave using olive oil has been determine using MATLAB program. THG (λ=355nm) intensity has been determined at two cases of sample thicknesses 1mm and 10mm. The minimum threshold incident intensity to obtain THG intensity are equal Iω=7530 mW/cm2 at L=1mm and Iω= 6220 mW/cm2 at L=10mm. The possibility of generation of third harmonic in olive oil inside the cuvette has been experimented using different powers (90-120) mW of CW Nd:YAG laser. The signal of third harmonic generation has been detected using UV-340 Light Meter.

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Published
2010-06-01
How to Cite
Fadhil, A., Al-Dergazly, A., & Al-Dahan, Z. (2010). 355nm Wavelength Generation of Nd:YAG Laser Using Olive Oil. Al-Khwarizmi Engineering Journal, 6(2), 43-50. Retrieved from https://alkej.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/alkej/article/view/488