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In this erratum we clarify our previously published paper [Appl. Opt. 57, 4008 (2018) https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/abstract.cfm?uri=ao-57-15-4008 ], where we used a solar spectrum truncated to a maximum wavelength of 830 nm in the numerical modelling, but did not state this in the paper. Here, we present a graph of the numerically modelled absorption in the Nd:YAG rod as a function of the diffuse reflectivity of the chamber walls using the full solar spectrum, confirming that the theoretical maximum possible absorption we predict is in agreement with literature values.
Smyth, C., Mirkhanov, S., Quarterman, A. & Wilcox, K., 20 May 2018, In : Applied Optics. 57, 15, p. 4008-4012 5 p.
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Smyth, C. J. C., Mirkhanov, S., Quarterman, A. H., & Wilcox, K. G. (2020). 27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid: erratum. Applied Optics, 59(3), 800. https://doi.org/10.1364/AO.386409