Photorefractive Effects and Materials

Photorefractive Effects and Materials is a collection of many of the most important recent developments in the subject area. The photorefractive effect is now firmly established as one of the highest sensitivity, nonlinear optical effects, making it attractive for many optical holographic processing...

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Main Author: Nolte, David D.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Boston, MA Springer US 1995, 1995
Series:Electronic Materials: Science and Technology
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Photorefractive Effects and Materials is a collection of many of the most important recent developments in the subject area. The photorefractive effect is now firmly established as one of the highest sensitivity, nonlinear optical effects, making it attractive for many optical holographic processing applications. As with all technologies based on advanced materials, the rate of progress in the development of photorefractive applications has been principally limited by the rate at which breakthroughs in materials science have supplied better materials. Photorefractive Effects and Materials has been written to be accessible to materials scientists who are not experts in photorefractive materials, while at the same time providing the most up-to-date information for specialists. Students will find in it a clear introduction and reference, and it is an excellent resource for researchers interested in learning about the most advanced discoveries of photorefractive effects, and applications of knowledge in the laboratory. References to over 400 original papers represent the personal selection of the contributing authors, identifying sources of additional information which will help guide the reader to the interesting and extensive literature on the subject
Physical Description:X, 489 p online resource
ISBN:9781461522270