1 February 1996 Novel optical composites: second-order nonlinear optical and polymeric photorefractive materials for optical information storage and processing applications
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Abstract
Recent progress in sol-gel-processed second-order nonlinear optical and photorefractive materials for photonics applications is described. A number of composites have been prepared in an effort to obtain superior and cost-effective replacements for inorganic crystals. These composites are described followed by a series of measurements indicating the usefulness of these composites in the area of secondorder nonlinear optical applications and photorefractive optical information storage and processing.
Ryszard Burzynski, Ryszard Burzynski, Martin K. Casstevens, Martin K. Casstevens, Yue Zhang, Yue Zhang, Saswati Ghosal, Saswati Ghosal, } "Novel optical composites: second-order nonlinear optical and polymeric photorefractive materials for optical information storage and processing applications," Optical Engineering 35(2), (1 February 1996). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.600913 . Submission:
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