1 February 2003 Second-generation approach to all-organic modulators based on intrinsically polar self-assembled molecular superlattices
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Optical Engineering, 42(2), (2003). doi:10.1117/1.1536183
Abstract
Intrinsically acentric self-assembled superlattices (SASs) have been directly grown in a layer-by-layer process on the commercially available polymer CycloteneTM. Using the high-temperature/high-transparency fluoropolyether CytopTM as a cladding layer, the SAS films have been used to successfully fabricate traveling-wave electro-optic (EO) modulators, demonstrating a straightforward approach toward "all-organic" modulators.
Y.-G. Zhao, S. Chang, A. Wu, H.-L. Lu, Seng Tiong Ho, Milko E. van der Boom, Tobin J. Marks, "Second-generation approach to all-organic modulators based on intrinsically polar self-assembled molecular superlattices," Optical Engineering 42(2), (1 February 2003). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1536183
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Modulators

Cladding

Superlattices

Waveguides

Electrodes

Refractive index

Polymers

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