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Q1: What is a bonding crystal?
A: A bonding crystal refers to a composite material created by bonding two or more optical crystals together. This is typically done to combine or enhance the distinct optical properties of each crystal for specific applications, such as high-power laser systems.
Q2: How are bonding crystals made?
A: Bonding crystals are manufactured through processes such as hydrothermal bonding, optical contacting, or diffusion bonding. These processes involve joining the crystals at the atomic level, often under heat and pressure, without the need for any adhesive materials.
Q3: What are the advantages of using bonding crystals?
A: Bonding crystals offer several benefits such as improved thermal performance, increased damage threshold, enhanced optical properties, and the ability to customize configurations for specific applications. They are especially useful in high-power laser systems where individual crystals may not meet the required specifications.
Q4: In which applications are bonding crystals used?
A: Bonding crystals are primarily used in high-power laser systems. Their applications include materials processing (cutting, welding, marking), medical procedures, laser displays, frequency conversion, and scientific research, among others.
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