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Recent advances in poling and nanostructuring of glass

Kazansky, P.G., Deparis, O., Carvalho, I.C.S., Bricchi, E., Yang, W., Abdolvand, A., Podlipensky, A., Seifert, G., Graener, H., Shimotsuma, Y., Qiu, J., Hirao, K., Bovatsek, J. and Arai, A. (2007) Recent advances in poling and nanostructuring of glass At 7th Pacific Rim conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology. 11 - 14 Nov 2007.

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Poling and femtosecond laser writing are two techniques which are normally used for modification of second-order optical nonlinearity and refractive index of glass. Strong dc and light fields are believed to be responsible for such modifications. Recently it has been observed that high dc field can dissolve metal nanoparticles in glass, opening a prospect of new application of poling for engineering of glass-metal nanocomposites. In its turn, formation of 3D self-assembled sub-wavelength periodic structures has been discovered during femtosecond laser direct writing. Recent progress in poling, femtosecond laser direct writing and related nanostructuring of glass is reviewed.

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Published date: 2007
Venue - Dates: 7th Pacific Rim conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology, 2007-11-11 - 2007-11-14


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Date deposited: 11 Aug 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:36

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Author: P.G. Kazansky
Author: O. Deparis
Author: I.C.S. Carvalho
Author: E. Bricchi
Author: W. Yang
Author: A. Abdolvand
Author: A. Podlipensky
Author: G. Seifert
Author: H. Graener
Author: Y. Shimotsuma
Author: J. Qiu
Author: K. Hirao
Author: J. Bovatsek
Author: A. Arai

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