The Laser Development Facility (LDF) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a large, copper vapor laser-pumped dye laser system that can generate high average-power tunable light. This system produces pulses of several hundred millijoules at a few kilohertz repetition rate with a pulse duration as short as 40 ns.

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