Insulating Materials for Optoelectronics: New Developments

Insulating Materials for Optoelectronics: New Developments

By: F.Agullo- Lopez (editor)Hardback

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This review volume presents new developments in the preparation, physical characterization and applications of insulating materials for Optoelectronics. Insulators occupy a leading position as laser and optical amplifier hosts, electrooptic and acoustooptic modulators, frequency doublers and optical parametric oscillators, photorefractive devices and radiator detectors. These applications rely heavily on the development of advanced techniques for the preparation of both bulk and waveguide structures, the adequate knowledge of the microscopic behaviour defects, impurities and a thorough understanding of their response to electromagnetic fields. All these topics relating basic physicochemical aspects and applied performance are authoritatively discussed in the book.

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Contents

Characterization of electrooptic materials by EPR methods, O. Schirmer; holographic optical memories with photorefractive materials, G. Roosen; electrooptic and photorefractive phenomena, P. Gunter; hyperfine techniques for defect studies, R. Vianden; ion implantation for optical and optoelectronics devices, P.D. Townsend; photovoltaic effect in insulators - implications, V. Fridkin; insulating materials for thermo-nuclear fusion reactors, E. Hodgson; preparation of single crystal fibers, W. Yen; new developments in the simulation of defects and defect processes in insulators, H. Donnenberg; X-ray standing waves to locate impurities in solids, T. Gog. (Part Contents).

Product Details

  • publication date: 11/01/1995
  • ISBN13: 9789810222307
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 464
  • ID: 9789810222307
  • ISBN10: 9810222300

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