3 edition of Photorefractive materials : phenomena and related applications II found in the catalog.
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|Statement||Peixian Ye, Tsutomu Shimura, Ratnakar R. Neurgaonkar, chairs/editors ; sponsored by SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering, COS--Chinese Optical Society COEMA--China Optics & Optoelectronic Manufacturers Association ; cooperating organizations, National Natural Science Foundation of China ... [et al.].|
|Series||Proceedings / SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3554, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3554.|
|Contributions||Ye, Peixian, 1934-, Shimura, Tsutomu, 1959-, Neurgaonkar, Ratnakar R., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers., Zhongguo guang xue xue hui., Guo jia zi ran ke xue ji jin wei yuan hui (China)|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.C7 P483 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||99170350|
This book covers the basics, realization and materials for high power laser systems and high power radiation interaction with matter. The physical and technical fundamentals of high intensity laser optics and adaptive optics and the related physical . This paper reports synthesis, characterization and structural optimization of amino-thienyl-dioxocyano-pyridine (ATOP) chromophores toward a multifunctional amorphous material with unprecedented photorefractive performance. The structural (dynamic NMR, XRD) and electronic (UV/vis, electrooptical absorption, Kerr effect measurements) characterization of the ATOP Cited by:
A series of mono-, double-, and tri-doped LiNbO3 crystals with vanadium were grown by Czochralski method, and their photorefractive properties were investigated. The response time for mol% vanadium, mol% zirconium, and wt.% iron co-doped lithium niobate crystal at nm was shortened to s, which is three orders of magnitude shorter than the mono Author: Shahzad Saeed, Hongde Liu, Liyun Xue, Dahuai Zheng, Shiguo Liu, Shaolin Chen, Yongfa Kong, Romano Ru. Abstract. Over the last decade, the science and technology of organic semiconductors has seen tremendous progress. The electrical and optical properties displayed by state-of-the-art organic semiconductors are remarkable in their tolerance to disorder, their ability to display high charge carrier mobility values and bipolar transport, and in that they can be Cited by: 2.
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Several classes of materials exhibit photorefractive properties. Among the insulating materials, BaTiO 3, with a nonlinear coefficient of n 3 r eff = pmV −1, is the most photorefractive material.
InP, GaAs, and CdTe are three important photorefractive semiconductors. Materials of these two classes are discussed in Günter and Huignard. Fundamentals of Photorefractive Phenomena 53 If E 0 ¼ 0, E PV ¼ 0, so that diffusion is the only operative transport mechan- ism, and assuming E D E q (valid in many cases) then.
History. Although the physics behind the photorefractive effect were known for quite a while, the effect was first observed in in LiNbO 3.
For more than thirty years, the effect was observed and studied exclusively in inorganic materials, untilwhen a nonlinear organic crystal 2-(cyclooctylamino)nitropyridine (COANP) doped with 7,7,8,8-tetracyanoquinodimethane.
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Photorefractive materials combine photoconductive and electro-optic properties. Nearly papers have been written about the subject in the last twenty years, and physicists and engineers are interested in the great variety of potential applications.
This book summarizes all the advances in this field in a manner that provides both a good introduction for beginning. Semiconductor microcrystallites have attracted much interest as a candidate of new materials for nonlinear optical devices.
Materials for nonlinear optical devices are required to possess a large optical nonlinear susceptibility and a ultrafast response. These two requirements are related to a total oscillator strength of the system.
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A comprehensive and up-to-date reference on holographic recording Photorefractive Materials for Dynamic Optical Recording offers a comprehensive overview of the physics, technology, and characterization of photorefractive materials that are used for optical recording.
The author, a noted expert on the topic, offers an exploration of both transient and permanent holographic. The normalized coupling parameter Q showing coupling between hexagonally related points on the scattering ring and the pump is taken to be 20, and the linear scattering coefficient 8 from the pump (to initiate the self-organization process) is taken to be .
62 Chapter 3 Nonlinear Self-Organization in Photorefractive Materials The plots Cited by: 4. This text covers the fundamental aspects and the recent advances of photorefractive optics. Since there is a huge market potential for developing photorefractive (PR) optic devices for the needs of information infrastructure, the book will provide an intensive background and the state-of-the-art technological applications for these needs: for example, for accessible high-speed CD-ROM, 3.
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1 The Physics. Montemezzani G., Medrano C., Zgonik M., Günter P. () The Photorefractive Effect in Inorganic and Organic Materials. In: Günter P. (eds) Nonlinear Optical Effects and Materials.
Springer Series in Optical Sciences, vol Cited by: She has published more than journal and conference papers in these areas. In addition, she has co-authored a text/reference book on "Optics of Liquid Crystal Displays" (2nd edition published in early ), and co-edited two technical books on photorefractive nonlinear optics and applications.The chapter reviews recent progress of two-wave mixing in a novel organic-inorganic hybrid structures that combine essential properties as large anisotropy and strong birefringence, typical for organics with the excellent photosensitivity and photoconductivity of inorganics into single, compact devices.
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