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The Wavelength Thread

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I would imagine Green is the most common on the market
 

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Man see color different we call it Green,Blue,Red,Yellow, even if it is Light Blue we call it Blue :whistle:
And woman see it as, Ocean blue ,is this Dark green, Bluish , Reddish And Yellowish :D
 

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I think we should start adding UV wavelengths(to get a more complete list). I would love to help out, but can't figure out how you add colors next to the wavelength's. For example, for 532nm, how did you add a color inside that box? An easy UV wavelength to add would be 375nm. Simple diode :yh:

-Alex
 

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Wow, I had no idea there were so many Nd:YAG transition lines, are they all confirmed lasing lines?

Also how long did that take you?
The only confirmed lines are highlighted in blue :)

-Alex
 

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That's something I spent months compiling a few years back. Everything I got is from research papers, so the lines (should) exist, however faint they may be.

But yeah, anything with a special highlight (usually on the diagonal) is a confirmed usage of those lines.
 
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Added some more lines, and an automatic converter of the wavelength to hex, which an add-on automatically converts into colors! Also made the list filterable and sortable.
 

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Nice addition doubleone44, everything all in one place! :yh:
 

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I was thinking about adding a thread like this, and low and behold there already is one. :p
Good job! :beer:
I'll have to see if I can help add more to this spreadsheet.
 

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Alex brought up 375nm in UV for more comprehensive list. What about all the near IR and far IR wavelengths? If you add all the transition lines from every doped solid state laser, this would be a much larger list.
 




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