Photorefractive Materials: Fundamental Concepts, Holographic Recording and Materials Characterization
Photorefractive Materials presents an overview of the basic features and properties of photorefractive materials, covering a wide array of related topics. It provides a coherent approach suitable for introductory and advanced students seeking to learn or review the fundamentals, as well as senior researchers who need a reference while investigating more specialized areas.
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acceptors action of light amplitude b2 ¼ band gap BTO crystal charge carriers coefficient computed curve dark conductivity density described diffracted beams diffraction efficiency donors effect electric field electro-optic electro-optic coefficient electro-optic effect electrons energy erasure error signal feedback ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi ﬁeld formulation frequency function grating harmonic terms holes hologram phase shift illumination index ellipsoid index of refraction irradiance laser light-induced absorption LiNbO3 LiNbO3:Fe lithium niobate lock-in amplifier material parameters Materials Characterization measured optical output pattern of fringes pattern of light phase modulation phase shift photoactive centers photochromic photoconductivity photocurrent photodetector photorefractive crystal photorefractive materials photovoltaic polarization direction produced recording beams refraction modulation sample Section self-stabilized holographic recording self-stabilized recording setup shown in Figure shows sillenites sinj space-charge electric field space-charge field stabilization stationary substituted tanj technique thickness transmitted and diffracted traps two-wave mixing vibration wavelength