Photoelastic and electro-optic properties of crystals

by T.S Narasimhamurty

Publisher: Plenum Press, c1981. in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 514 Downloads: 822
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Subjects:

  • Crystal optics,
  • Photoelasticity,
  • Electrooptics

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Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. 421-501.

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The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 514 p. :
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  Infrared photoelastic measurements are performed for stress mapping in monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) wafers and compared to photoluminescence (PL) measurements. The wafer stresses are then quantified using a discrete dislocation-based numerical modeling approach, which leads to simulated photoelastic by: 3. Crystals, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Theoretical Division. T-1,Physics, and Chemistry of Materials, Los Alamos NM .   This book deals with the effect of crystal symmetry in determining the tensor properties of crystals. Although this is a well-established subject, the author provides a new approach using group theory and, in particular, the method of symmetry coordinates, which has not been used in any previous : Arthur S. Nowick. OPTICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS n refractive index n ˜ complex refractive index 5 n 1 ik P electric polarization P x, y relative partial dispersion p elasto-optic tensor p elasto-optic compliance p pyroelectric constant q piezo-optic tensor r electro-optic coef ficient r amplitude reflection coef ficient r i j electro-optic coef ficient S () line strength.

The use of single crystals for scientific and technological applications is now widespread in solid-state physics, optics, electronics, materials science, and geophysics. An understanding of the variation of physical properties with crystalline direction is essential to maximize the performance of solid-state devices. Electro-optical Crystals Product Description: Electro-optical Crystals has been widely used for electro-optic modulators and electro-optic deflectors. In service section, we give a specific example of polarization scrambler. It consists of two variable wave plates orientated at a 45 azimuth with each other. The. By combining the first‐ and second‐order Stark effects of the electronic energy‐band structures with well‐defined optical susceptibility, we have obtained an expression for the dispersion of quadratic electro‐optic (QEO) coefficients in zincblende‐type materials. It has been found that the calculated QEO coefficients show very strong dispersion at a region near the direct‐band by: 9. HIGH BIREFRINGENCE LIQUID CRYSTALS FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS by AMANDA PARISH B.S. Boston University, A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in the College of Author: Amanda Jane Parish.

This paper presents a comparative study of optical and scintillation properties for various inorganic crystal scintillators, which are used, or actively pursued, by the high energy physics community for experiments. Light attenuation length of barium fluoride crystals,” electro-optic, and photoelastic properties of bismuth germanate,”Author: Rihua Mao, Liyuan Zhang and Ren-Yuan Zhu. Photoelasticity Last updated Febru Plastic utensils in a photoelasticity experiment. Photoelasticity describes changes in the optical properties of a material under mechanical deformation. It is a property of all dielectric media and is often used to experimentally determine the stress distribution in a material, where it gives a picture of stress distributions around. 1 Nano-Opto-Electro-Mechanical Systems L. Midolo1, A. Schliesser1, and A. Fiore2 1Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Blegdams DK Copenhagen, Denmark 2Department of Applied Physics and Institute for Photonic Integration, Eindhoven University of Technology, PO Box , MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands Abstract A new class of . The Electro-optic Effect Linear Electro-optic Effect Electro-optic Modulation Wave Propagation in Electro-optic Crystals Quadratic Electro-optic Effect Physical Properties of Electro-optic Coefficients Electro-optic Effects in Liquid Crystals Problems References Chapter 8.

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This comprehensive treatise reviews, for the first time, all the essential work over the past years on the photoelastic and the closely related linear and quadratic electro-optic effects in isotropic and crystalline mate­ rials.

Emphasis is placed on the phenomenal growth of Brand: Springer US. Photoelastic and ElectroOptic Properties of Crystals Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition all the essential work over the past years on the photoelastic and the closely related linear and quadratic electro-optic effects in isotropic and crystalline mate­ rials.

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This comprehensive treatise reviews, for the first time, all the essential work over the past years on the photoelastic and the closely related linear and quadratic electro-optic effects in isotropic and crystalline mate­ rials.

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Photoelastic and Acousto-Optical Properties of Cs_2 HgCl_4 Crystals Article (PDF Available) in Applied Optics 41(25) October with 79 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Optical, Thermo-optic, Electro-optic, and Photoelastic Properties of Bismuth Germanate (Bi4Ge3O12) Article (PDF Available) in Applied Optics 35(19).

Cite this chapter as: Narasimhamurty T.S. () Photoelasticity of Crystals. Introduction. In: Photoelastic and Electro-Optic Properties of by: 2. Description: "Optical Properties of 3d-Ions in Crystals: Spectroscopy and Crystal Field Analysis" discusses spectral, vibronic and magnetic properties of 3d-ions in a wide range of crystals, used as active media for solid state lasers and potential candidates for this role.

Crystal field calculations (including first-principles calculations of. Introduction. Nowadays, linear electro-optic effect (LEOE) has found a large number of practical applications, especially in solid-state electronic and optoelectronic devices.A growing interest on these studies is due to recent developments in fields of crystals growth and technology, leading to the appearance of new efficient electro-optic crystals.Cited by: photoelastic and electro-optic properties ofcrystals.

The author has gathered material scattered throughout a diverse literature for the past years since David Brewster first observed photoelastic birefringence in stressed glasses and crystals and culminating in the virtual explosion of activity and information with the advent of the laser.

This book deals with the effect of crystal symmetry in determining the tensor properties of crystals. Although this is a well-established subject, the author provides a new approach using group theory and, in particular, the method of symmetry coordinates, which Cited by: This book deals with the basic physical properties and applications of photo-elastic, acousto-optic, magneto-optic, electro-optic, and photorefractive materials.

It also provides up-to-date information on the design and applications of various optoelectronic devices based on.

Journal Article: Optical stress sensor based on electro-optic compensation for photoelastic birefringence in a single crystalAuthor: Li Changsheng. Electro-optical Crystals has been widely used for electro-optic modulators and electro-optic deflectors. In service section, we give a specific example of polarization scrambler.

It consists of two variable wave plates orientated at a 45 azimuth with each other. The variable wave plates could be LiNbO3 plates.

Each wave pate has a maximum phase retardation of 2π. Book review Full text access Photoelastic and electro-optic properties of crystals: T.S. Narasimhamurty Plenum Press, pages, ISBN:$ Pages iii-iv. Crystal optics is the branch of optics that describes the behaviour of light in anisotropic media, that is, media (such as crystals) in which light behaves differently depending on which direction the light is index of refraction depends on both composition and crystal structure and can be calculated using the Gladstone–Dale relation.

Given sufficient electro-optic coupling at these orientations, biaxial, ferroelectric crystals may be advantageously employed as single-crystal, temperature-insensitive electro-optic modulators.

I have experimentally confirmed the TI orientation in the principal dielectric plane of the biaxial crystal KTiOPO{sub 4} (KTP). The first chapter of Crystal Optics: Properties and Applications covers the basic concepts of crystal optics, such as index ellipsoid or optical indicatrix, crystal symmetry, wave surface, birefringence, and the polarization of light.

Chapter 2 reviews the physical phenomena of crystal optics in isotropic and crystalline materials. The photoelastic behavior of crystals forms a necessary prelude to study the electro-optical effect of ferroelectric crystals.

Lithium heptagermanate Li 2 Ge 7 O 15 (LGO) is regarded as a weak ferroelectric and its curie point T c is K (Wada et al.,).Author: A. Bain, Prem Chand, K. Veerabhadra Rao.

Abstract This book deals with the effect of crystal symmetry in determining the tensor properties of crystals.

Although this is a well-established subject, the author provides a new approach using group theory and, in particular, the method of symmetry coordinates, which has not been used in any previous book. This book deals with the effect of crystal symmetry in determining the tensor properties of crystals.

Although this is a well-established subject, the author provides a new approach using group theory and, in particular, the method of symmetry coordinates, which Author: Arthur S. Nowick. Photoelastic and Electro-optic Proper-ties of Crystals T S Narasimhamurty New York: Plenum xxviii+ pp price $ This book covers photoelastic and electro-optic interactions in crystals in sufficient detail for both student and research worker alike.

Between its cov-ers are both the mathematical groundwork of tensor analysis and a. electro-optic applications of liquid crystalline polymers have been described in depth elsewhere [10–14] and are not discussed here.

Laser-addressed displays that incorporate side-chain liquid crystal polymers for high-information-content displays (such as maps and ferroelectric side-chain liquid crystal polymers for lightweight dis. An electro-optic effect is a change in the optical properties of a material in response to an electric field that varies slowly compared with the frequency of light.

The term encompasses a number of distinct phenomena, which can be subdivided into a) change of the absorption. Electroabsorption: general change of the absorption constants; Franz-Keldysh effect: change in the absorption.

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plication areas and interesting properties. Speci cally, liquid crystals (LCs), as a fourth state of matter, are used for di erent electro-optic devices. Liquid crystal displays technology plays a key role at the notebook, computer displays and at TV, because of showing full range of color, lower power consumption and using lower space [1].

Many different properties of a nonlinear crystal can be important for an application e.g. in nonlinear frequency conversion: The chromatic dispersion and birefringence properties determine the possibilities for phase matching and the phase-matching bandwidth, angular acceptance (for critical phase matching), etc.; The magnitude of the effective nonlinear coefficient d eff, which .Indicatrix crystals • The biaxial indicatrix is used in the same way as the uniaxial indicatrix.

• It provides information about the indices of refraction and vibration direction given the wave normal direction that light is following through a mineral. • Birefringence depends on how the sample is cut.

• Birefringence is.The stability of the optical electric field sensor (OEFS) in actual operation is affected by environmental factors such as temperature and SF6 (sulfur hexafluoride). To analyze the operational environment parameters affecting the optical properties of crystals, a thermodynamic model of the OEFS in which the optical properties of the crystal are changed by the first-order Cited by: