15 May 2017 Analysis of the hologram recording on the novel chloride photo-thermo-refractive glass
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In this research, we present new holographic material based on fluoride photo-thermo-refractive glass(PTR) - chloride PTR glass. One of the benefit of this type of PTR glass is positive refractive index change. During this work, for the first-time volume Bragg gratings were recorded in this kind of material. The first experiments revealed that such gratings are mixed i.e. possess both absorption and phase components. Complex analysis shows that both refractive index and absorption coefficient are modulated inside the grating structure. We found out that at first there is no strict dependence of the refractive index change from dosage, but as we continue the process of thermal treatment – dependence is appear. Exposure influence on the refractive index change for this glass differs from fluoride one and shows some sort of saturation after the exposure of 4-6 J/cm2 . We distinguished refractive index change and absorption coefficient change and observed both behavior with increasing thermal treatment time. We found out that the increase of thermal treatment time results in the significant refractive index change. At the same time the absorption does ‘not practically change. It was found that maximum modulation of refractive index is comparable with fluoride PTR glass and achieves value of 1600 ppm. The modulation of absorption is equal to induced absorption caused by silver nanoparticles and depends from reading wavelength. Our study shows that almost all absorption is modulated inside the grating.
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S. A. Ivanov, S. A. Ivanov, N. V. Nikonorov, N. V. Nikonorov, V. D. Dubrovin, V. D. Dubrovin, V. A. Krykova, V. A. Krykova, } "Analysis of the hologram recording on the novel chloride photo-thermo-refractive glass", Proc. SPIE 10233, Holography: Advances and Modern Trends V, 102330E (15 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2265433; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2265433
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