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V. '51 No change in quantum yield was observed up to a power density of lo8 W cm-'. Several photodiode systems have been discussed for the measurement of subnanosecond laser pulses. ' 5 2 A risetime of 200 ps was reported. An edge-incident Si photodiode was shown to have a similar temporal response, 53 and in addition, as a phototransistor it responded to CW radiation with current gain. '" The response was 70ps (FWHM) with a 45 ps rise and decay time. ' 5 6 The time response, linearity, and other properties of germanium, silicon, and vacuum photodiodes were investigated using ps pulses from a Ramantuned mode-locked Nd-YAG laser.
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