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Dual wavelength characterisation of shallow traps in 'blue' BaTiO3

Kaczmarek, M., Ross, G.W., Jeffrey, P.M., Eason, R.W., Hribek, P., Damzen, M.J., Ramos-Garcia, R., Troth, R., Garrett, M.H. and Rytz, D. (1995) Dual wavelength characterisation of shallow traps in 'blue' BaTiO3 Optical Materials, 4, (2-3), pp. 158-162.

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We report on photoinduced, intensity dependent absorption in "blue" rhodium doped BaTiO3. The change in absorption, observed under illumination by visible or infrared radiation, has successfully been modelled. Agreement obtained between theory and experiment indicates that the shallow trap model can effectively characterise the intensity dependent behaviour at red and infrared wavelength, and can be used to calculate essential photorefractive parameters in this important wavelength range for diode-laser applications

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Published date: January 1995


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Author: M. Kaczmarek
Author: G.W. Ross
Author: P.M. Jeffrey
Author: R.W. Eason ORCID iD
Author: P. Hribek
Author: M.J. Damzen
Author: R. Ramos-Garcia
Author: R. Troth
Author: M.H. Garrett
Author: D. Rytz

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