Novel optical materials and applications
This research monograph explores novel optical materials and their unique physical, optical, and electronic properties, and the role they play in the newest developments in optical communication, signal, and image processing application and the Information Superhighway. Leading authorities present a detailed treatment of optical materials. The book covers semiconductor quantized structures, polymers, liquid crystals, composite materials, nonlinear crystals, and more.
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A Promising Approach to Nonlinear Optical
Nonclassical Light Production from Atoms and Nonlinear
UltrashortPulse Second Harmonic Generation
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