7 April 1995 Nonlinear optical microscopy for imaging thin films and surfaces
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Abstract
We have used the inherent surface sensitivity of second harmonic generation to develop an instrument for nonlinear optical microscopy of surfaces and interfaces. We have demonstrated the use of several nonlinear optical responses for imaging thin films. The second harmonic response of a thin film of C60 has been used to image patterned films. Two photon absorption light induced fluorescence has been used to image patterned thin films of Rhodamine 6G. Applications of nonlinear optical microscopy include the imaging of charge injection and photoinduced charge transfer between layers in semiconductor heterojunction devices as well as across membranes in biological systems.
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Laura B. Smilowitz, Laura B. Smilowitz, Duncan W. McBranch, Duncan W. McBranch, Jeanne M. Robinson, Jeanne M. Robinson, } "Nonlinear optical microscopy for imaging thin films and surfaces", Proc. SPIE 2385, Advanced Optical Methods for Ultrasensitive Detection, (7 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.206445; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.206445
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