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- n. The TiO2+ cation formally derived from titanium dioxide
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This light passes through a crystal of potassium titanyl phosphate
This light passes through a crystal of potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP), which emits light of half the wavelength: 532 nm, the familiar color of the green laser pointer.
The crystal's electrons respond by getting excited and emitting infrared light at 1064 nanometers, which goes through a second crystal made of potassium titanyl phosphate.
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