krypton laser


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krypton laser

laser consisting of photons in the red (647 nm) spectrum; used in ophthalmic procedures, particularly retinal photocoagulation in the presence of vitreous hemorrhage.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

kryp·ton la·ser

(krip'ton lā'zĕr)
Device used for ophthalmic procedures, particularly retinal photocoagulation in the presence of vitreoushemorrhage, consisting of photons in the red (647 nm) spectrum.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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But the DTD does have an impressive mastering facility, where it has now produced 170 different holograms since 1991, with three tables and an argon and a krypton laser (each at 1W output) and a NdYag frequency-doubled 300mW laser.
It has also installed design, mastering and embossing facilities in-house, with one mastering table using a 4W argon laser to master viewable holograms, and another using a 4W krypton laser to master diffraction gratings and holographic optical elements, primarily for research projects.