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Enhanced stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity in poled glasses

Enhanced stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity in poled glasses
Enhanced stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity in poled glasses
Glasses in a wide range of chemical composition were thermally poled and the stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity induced was studied through isothermal annealing experiments. Enhanced stability was found in aluminosilicate and aluminoborosilicate with respect to silica (at least a five order of magnitude increase in lifetime). Such dramatic enhancement was explained by the strong decrease of the alkali ion mobility due to specific changes in glass composition.
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4857-4859
Deparis, O.
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Corbari, C.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Sakaguchi, K.
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Deparis, O.
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Corbari, C.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Sakaguchi, K.
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Deparis, O., Corbari, C., Kazansky, P.G. and Sakaguchi, K. (2004) Enhanced stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity in poled glasses. Applied Physics Letters, 84 (24), 4857-4859. (doi:10.1063/1.1760885).

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Glasses in a wide range of chemical composition were thermally poled and the stability of the second-order optical nonlinearity induced was studied through isothermal annealing experiments. Enhanced stability was found in aluminosilicate and aluminoborosilicate with respect to silica (at least a five order of magnitude increase in lifetime). Such dramatic enhancement was explained by the strong decrease of the alkali ion mobility due to specific changes in glass composition.

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Published date: 2004

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/13911
ISSN: 0003-6951
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