Application of Hot Isostatic Pressing in densification of Nd:YAG (Nd0.03Y1.97Al5O12) nanopowder

Magdalena E. Gizowska ,  Krzysztof Perkowski ,  Marcin N. Osuchowski ,  Irena K. Witosławska ,  Izabela Kobus ,  Gustaw Konopka ,  Paulina Tymowicz-Grzyb ,  Adam Witek 

Institute of Ceramics and Building Materials (ICIMB), Postępu 9, Warszawa 02-676, Poland


Yttrium aluminum garnet doped with neodymium (Nd:YAG) is a commonly used material for solid state lasers. However, neodymium doped yttrium-aluminum garnet is mainly fabricated by melt-growth process. Polycrystalline YAG materials obtained by ceramic techniques path are an attractive alternative to the single crystal. YAG ceramics offer many advantages, including easy preparation, scalability to large size. Additionally, ceramic technology makes it easier to incorporate several dopant ions into the YAG structure compared to single crystal grown from the melt.

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Presentation: Poster at Nano PL 2014, Symposium A, by Magdalena E. Gizowska
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