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Photorefractive materials and their applications
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by P. Günter, J.-P. Huignard ; with contributions by A.M. Glass ... [et al.].|
|Series||Topics in applied physics ;, v. 61-62|
|Contributions||Günter, P. 1944-, Huignard, J.-P. 1944-, Glass, A. M.|
|LC Classifications||TA1750 .P47 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0387183329, 0387192026|
|LC Control Number||87032242|
Photorefractive materials combine photoconductive and electro-optic properties. Nearly papers have been written about the subject in the last twenty years, and physicists and engineers are interested in the great variety of potential applications. ADVANCED MATERIALS Book Reviews NLO, SiN, GaAs, CVD, Acronyms, and Abbreviations Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications I: Funda- scopic investigations of photorefractive centers using optical techniques as well as ESR and Mossbauer spectroscopy are mental Phenomena. By P. Guenter and J.-P. Huignard. Springer-Verlag, Berlin xvi, pp., hard cover, reviewed by E. .
The photorefractive effect has since been observed in many electro-optic crystals, including LiNbO 3, BaTiO 3, SBN, BSO, BGO GaAs, InP, etc. Photorefractive materials are, by far, the most efficient media for the recording of dynamic holograms. In these media, information can be stored, retrieved and erased by the illumination of light. Photoactive materials are materials that interact with the light electromagnetic field and modify either their own properties or those of the field. This Special Issue of MDPI Materials aims at collecting a broad range of original research articles on the topics of light–matter interaction .
Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 3 This is the final volume of a series devoted to photorefractive effects, photorefractive materials and their applications. This text covers the fundamental aspects and the recent advances of photorefractive optics. Since there is a huge market potential for developing photorefractive (PR) optic devices for the needs of information infrastructure, the book will provide an intensive background and the state-of-the-art technological applications for these needs: for example, for accessible high-speed CD-ROM, 3-D.
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Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 2: Materials is the second of three volumes within the Springer Series in Optical Sciences. The book gives a comprehensive review of the most important photorefractive materials and discusses the physical properties of organic and inorganic crystals as Photorefractive materials and their applications book as poled polymers.
This is the third and final volume of a three volumes book series devoted to photorefractive effects, photorefractive materials and their applications. Since the publication of our first two Springer books on "Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications" (Topics in Applied Physics, Vols 61 and.
Photorefractive materials and their applications. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, ©© (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: P Günter; J -P Huignard; A M Glass.
The photorefractive effect is a nonlinear optical effect seen in certain crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index.
The effect can be used to store temporary, erasable holograms and is useful for holographic data storage. It can also be used to create a phase-conjugate mirror or an optical spatial soliton.
J.C. Rojo, E. Diéguez, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 4 Applications and Perspectives. The photorefractive effect in crystals with a sillenite structure makes them excellent candidates for applications in real-time optical signal processing, optical information storage, and optical computing, due to their high sensitivity and fast response compared with other.
Several classes of materials exhibit photorefractive properties. Among the insulating materials, BaTiO 3, with a nonlinear coefficient of n 3 r eff = pmV −1, is the most photorefractive material. InP, GaAs, and CdTe are three important photorefractive semiconductors.
Materials of these two classes are discussed in Günter and Huignard. Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 1 - Basic Effects is the first of three volumes within the Springer Series in Optical Sciences.
The book gives a comprehensive treatment of photorefractive effects in crystals and reviews our present understanding of the fundamental origins of the effect in a variety of materials from.
This is the first volume of a set of three within the Springer Series in Optical Sciences, and is devoted to photorefractive effects, photorefractive materials, and their applications.
New and often expected effects have been discovered, theoretical models developed, known effects finally explained, and novel applications proposed.
A comprehensive and up-to-date reference on holographic recording. Photorefractive Materials for Dynamic Optical Recording offers a comprehensive overview of the physics, technology, and characterization of photorefractive materials that are used for optical recording.
The author, a noted expert on the topic, offers an exploration of both transient and permanent holographic information. Interest in photorefractive materials has increased in recent years mainly because of their potential for nonlinear optical devices and for optical signals processing applications.
Most of these applications are reviewed in the second volume devoted to this : Paperback. Purchase Photorefractive Materials, Volume 48 - 1st Edition.
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Pub Date: DOI: / Bibcode: Cited by: Download Citation | Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 3: Applications | In this third volume a series of applications on photorefractive nonlinear optics and optical data storage. Photorefractive (PR) materials have attracted considerable attention due to their interesting applications, such as three-dimensional (3D) displays, holographic data storage, image amplification.
Photorefractive Materials And Their Applications 2: Materials this book deals with organic photorefractive materials, giving an in-depth assessment of the present understanding of the effect in a variety of materials. The materials considered in this volume will play a significant role in the development of applications such as.
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The three-part treatment Photorefractive Effects, Materials and Applications offers comprehensive treatments of the fundamental phenomena, materials and the applications. Volume I deals with the basic phenomena of photorefraction.
A comprehensive treatment of photorefractive effects in crystals is given. The book reviews our present understanding of the fundamental origins of the effect in a. Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 1: Basic Effects, Springer Series in Optical Sciences, Volume ISBN Springer Science+Business Media, Inc., Photorefractive Organic Materials and Applications.
Springer Series in Materials Science (Book ) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer International Publishing. A comprehensive and up-to-date reference on holographic recording Photorefractive Materials for Dynamic Optical Recording offers a comprehensive overview of the physics, technology, and characterization of photorefractive materials that are used for optical recording.
The author, a noted expert on the topic, offers an exploration of both transient and permanent holographic information .This is the final volume of a series devoted to photorefractive effects, photorefractive materials and their applications.
Since publication of the first two volumes almost 20 years ago, new and.History. Although the physics behind the photorefractive effect were known for quite a while, the effect was first observed in in LiNbO 3.
For more than thirty years, the effect was observed and studied exclusively in inorganic materials, untilwhen a nonlinear organic crystal 2-(cyclooctylamino)nitropyridine (COANP) doped with 7,7,8,8-tetracyanoquinodimethane exhibited the.