|Statement||editors, Guoquan Zhang ... [et al.] ; sponsored by Nankai University ; cosponsored by Optical Society of America ... [et al.]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 836 p. :|
|Number of Pages||836|
This is the first of two volumes that review, for the first time, all major aspects of photorefractive effects and their applications. Photorefractive effects in electro-optic crystals are based on optically induced space-charge fields which ultimately alter the refractive indices by the electro-optic Pockels : Paperback. The book gives a comprehensive review of the most important photorefractive materials and discusses the physical properties of organic and inorganic crystals as well as poled polymers. In this volume, photorefractive effects have been investigated at wavelengths covering the UV, visible and near : Hardcover. The contributions indicate that the field of photorefractive materials is advancing vigorously, moving into new classes of compounds, finding ways for the judicious tailoring of the microscopic properties of the materials - based on increased insight into the features of defects or quantum wells - and leading to new applications, often made possible by the advances at the forefront of the Edition: 1. Title: Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices: Publication: Journal of the Optical Society of America B, vol. 11, issue 9, p. Publication Date.
Analysis of photorefractive stratified volume holographic optical elements: Raymond De Vré and Lambertus Hesselink: Noise analysis of two-beam coupling in a photorefractive material: P. P. Banerjee and H.-L. Yu: Exact solution Cited by: 3. The photorefractive effect is a nonlinear optical effect seen in certain crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index. This effect can be used to store Author: Ashim Kumar Bain. 4 Photorefractive Effect: Principles, Materials, and Near-Infrared Holography molecules easily orientable by external electric ﬁ elds in order to induce a bulk electro-optic effect. Diffraction Efficiency Refractive Index Change Dark Conductivity Photorefractive Effect Photorefractive Material These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be Cited by:
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. The photorefractive effect is the change in refractive index in a material owing to the optically induced redistribution of electrons and holes. The origin of the photorefractive effect is shown in Fig. 3. In the top curve two interfering beams form a spatially varying intensity pattern. Abstract This chapter describes photorefractive (PR) effect, which is a light-induced change of the refractive index that involves photogenerated charge Introduction to Organic Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials and Devices book. Organic and Polymeric Photorefractive Materials and Devices. Title: Photorefractive materials, effects, and devices: introduction to special issue: Authors: Valley, George C.; Yeh, Pochi A. Publication: Journal of the Optical.