1 April 1998 Nonlinear hybrid materials: a potential for integrated light sources
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Optical Engineering, 37(4), (1998). doi:10.1117/1.601955
Abstract
Siloxane-silica nanocomposites functionalized with Red 17 were synthesized via a sol-gel process. Thin films were thermally cured and poled to obtain high and stable nonlinear second-order coefficients of the order of 150 to 200 pm V-1 (? = 1.064 ?m). Radiated second- harmonic generation was observed in these planar waveguides with a conversion efficiency of 5.10 -4% W-1 cm-1.
Daniele Blanc, Pascal Peyrot, Clement Sanchez, C. Gonnet, "Nonlinear hybrid materials: a potential for integrated light sources," Optical Engineering 37(4), (1 April 1998). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.601955
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Second-harmonic generation

Silicon

Absorption

Printed circuit board testing

Nonlinear optics

Waveguides

Chromophores

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