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Photosensitivity in glasses

Photosensitivity in glasses
Photosensitivity in glasses
A photosensitive glass containing a small amount of a photosensitive metal such as Au, Ag, or Cu, and a sensitizer of CeO2, is expressed a function of the redox reaction induced by the irradiation of ultraviolet light. In particular, a photosensitive glass is an indispensable material in the photolithography technique, which is valuable in the microprocessing of glass substrates. Here we aim to discuss the photosensitivity of glass from the perspectives of photochemical, photophysical, and photothermal mechanisms. In particular, from three different points of view (photothermal, photochemical, and photophysical interactions), various intriguing phenomena induced by ultrashort pulse lasers are addressed. Furthermore, a new type of photosensitivity exhibiting nonreciprocal characteristics is also discussed.
369-406
Springer
Shimotsuma, Y.
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Sakakura, M.
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Shimizu, M.
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Miura, K.
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Hirao, K.
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Qiu, J.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Musgraves, J. David
Hu, Juejun
Calvez, Laurent
Shimotsuma, Y.
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Sakakura, M.
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Shimizu, M.
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Miura, K.
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Hirao, K.
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Qiu, J.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Musgraves, J. David
Hu, Juejun
Calvez, Laurent

Shimotsuma, Y., Sakakura, M., Shimizu, M., Miura, K., Hirao, K., Qiu, J. and Kazansky, P.G. (2019) Photosensitivity in glasses. In, Musgraves, J. David, Hu, Juejun and Calvez, Laurent (eds.) Springer Handbook of Glass. (Springer Handbook Series, , (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93728-1_11)) Springer, pp. 369-406. (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93728-1_11).

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A photosensitive glass containing a small amount of a photosensitive metal such as Au, Ag, or Cu, and a sensitizer of CeO2, is expressed a function of the redox reaction induced by the irradiation of ultraviolet light. In particular, a photosensitive glass is an indispensable material in the photolithography technique, which is valuable in the microprocessing of glass substrates. Here we aim to discuss the photosensitivity of glass from the perspectives of photochemical, photophysical, and photothermal mechanisms. In particular, from three different points of view (photothermal, photochemical, and photophysical interactions), various intriguing phenomena induced by ultrashort pulse lasers are addressed. Furthermore, a new type of photosensitivity exhibiting nonreciprocal characteristics is also discussed.

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Published date: 2019
Additional Information: In: Springer Handbook of Glass, Musgraves J.D., Hu J., Calvez L. (eds) .

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Author: Y. Shimotsuma
Author: M. Sakakura
Author: M. Shimizu
Author: K. Miura
Author: K. Hirao
Author: J. Qiu
Author: P.G. Kazansky
Editor: J. David Musgraves
Editor: Juejun Hu
Editor: Laurent Calvez

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