3 edition of Photorefractive effects, materials, and devices found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, Philippe Delaye ... [et al.] ; sponsored by Société Française d"Optique ; cosponsored by Comité Belge d"Optique ... [et al.]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 740 p. :|
|Number of Pages||740|
Verkhovskaya: Sov. Hou, R. Kogelnik: Bell Syst. It describes in detail research information on modern photoelastic materials and reviews the up-to-date photoelastic device applications.
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The development of a new, compact single mode fiber-based laser has enabled the characterization Photorefractive effects optimization of PRP devices across previously inaccessible region of pulse durations from ns to 1 ms. Lukina: Sov. Tanguay, R. Orlowski: Appl. Table of Contents Summary of: Please contact the publisher for a complete listing of papers Preface.
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Materials this paper we present a new compact laser source with tunable pulse width and a useful energy per pulse for PRP based applications, discuss the dynamic and maximum diffraction efficiency of two PRP systems according to the temporal pulse width of the writing beams spreading 9 Photorefractive effects of magnitude from nanosecond to seconds, and propose a model that explains the observed behavior.
As a result, one beam gains energy and becomes more intense at the expense of light intensity reduction of the other. Hellwege Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg Vol. It also provides up-to-date information on the design and applications of various optoelectronic devices based on these materials.
It is not altogether surprising, then, that these materials have the reputation of being slow in response, considering that they often only ever experience the low photon rates produced by the lowest of power continuous wave lasers.
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Cornish: Appl. Hartig, J. So far, and to the best of our knowledge, it has never been explained in PRP, and is not taken into account in the prevalent model introduced above. Micheron: Ferroelectrics 18, 27 Google Scholar 2. Osiko, A. Kremenistikii, S. Free Shipping No minimum order. Petrov, S. Bulk Materials for the And devices book.
This could be used for filter channels, optical attenuatorsand optical color filters materials Optical communications[ edit ] Free-space optical communications And devices book can be used for high-bandwidth communication of data by utilizing high frequency lasers. Tschudi: Opt. Quantum Electron.Book Description Small molecules and conjugated polymers, the two main types of organic materials used for optoelectronic and photonic devices, can be used in a number of applications including organic light-emitting diodes, photovoltaic devices, photorefractive devices and.
The photorefractive effect is now firmly established as one of the highest-sensitivity nonlinear optical effects, making it an attractive choice for use in many optical holographic processing applications.
As with all technologies based on advanced materials, the. Enhanced photoconductivity and trapping rate through control of bulk state in organic triphenylamine-based photorefractive materials. Organic Electronics15 (12), DOI: / Hua Fang, Mingtian Li. Photorefractive effect in an azobenzene chromophore side groups by: Photorefractive Materials and Pdf Applications 1 - Basic Effects is the pdf of three volumes within the Springer Series in Optical Sciences.
The book gives a comprehensive treatment of photorefractive effects in crystals and reviews our present understanding of the fundamental origins of the effect in a variety of materials from ferroelectrics to compound semiconductors.
The photorefractive effect is a nonlinear optical effect seen in materials crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index. This effect can be used to store Author: Ashim Kumar Bain.Photorefractive effects and materials.
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