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6 July 1994 Comparison of optical power limiting in carbon-black suspensions, C60 in toluene, and C60 in chloronaphthalene at 694 nm
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This paper presents the results of a comparison study among three carbon-based solutions: a carbon-black suspension, C60 in toluene, and C60 in chloronaphthalene. The carbon-black suspensions were used as baseline samples for comparison with the C60 solutions and were fabricated with the same transmission at 694 nm as the C60 samples. A ruby laser operating both with and without the Q-switch was used in this study. The limiting results of the C60 materials are compared with the predicted results from a five-level model previously used to calculate the optical limiting performance of C60 at 532 nm.
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Patrick J. Hood, Byron P. Edmonds, Daniel G. McLean, and Donna M. Brandelik "Comparison of optical power limiting in carbon-black suspensions, C60 in toluene, and C60 in chloronaphthalene at 694 nm", Proc. SPIE 2229, Nonlinear Optical Materials for Switching and Limiting, (6 July 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.179575; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.179575
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