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Author Fuentes, Benjamin J
Title Optical Lattices : Structures, Atoms and Solitons
Imprint Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2011
©2012
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Series Lasers and Electro-Optics Research and Technology
Lasers and Electro-Optics Research and Technology
Note Intro -- OPTICAL LATTICES -- OPTICAL LATTICES -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- OPTICAL LATTICES PREPARED BY LASER TREATMENT ON POLYMERS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. LITHOGRAPHY -- 2.1. Traditional Photolithography -- 2.2. Direct Laser Writing -- 2.3. Immersion Lithography -- 2.4. EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet) Lithography -- 2.5. Near Field Optical Lithography -- 3. NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROCESSES IN POLYMERS -- 3.1. Processes under Excimer Laser Modification -- 3.2. Two-Photon Absorption -- 3.3. Photorefractive Effect -- 3.4. Surface Relief Grating -- 4. MATERIALS -- 4.1. Common Polymers -- 4.2. Photoresist -- 4.3. Chromophore -- 4.4. Azo-Chromophore -- 4.5. Porphyrine -- 5. SURFACE RELIEF GRATING -- 6. INTERFERENCE LITHOGRAPHY -- 7. HOLOGRAPHY -- 8. SCANNING BY ONE LASER BEAM -- 8.1. Nanopattering via Light Absorption of Doped Polymer -- 8.2. Single Laser Beam Nanopattering of Polymer -- 8.2.1. Threshold Fluence and Periodic Structure Formation -- 8.2.2. Metal Coating and Nanowire Formation -- 8.2.3. Chemical Composition of Nano-Structured PET -- 8.2.4. Angle Dependent Irradiation and Sputtered vs. Evaporated Coatings -- 9. APPLICATION -- 9.1. Coupling of Light -- 9.2. Optical Filters -- 9.3. Organic Distributed Feedback Lasers (DFB) -- 9.4. Liquid Crystal Alignment -- 9.5. Optical Data Storage -- 9.6. Photonic Crystal -- 9.7. Sensors Application -- 9.8. Optical Metamaterials -- 9.9. Application in Biotechnology -- 9.10. Modification of Mechanical Behaviour -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- PHOTOLUMINESCENCE OF ZnO THIN FILMS AND NANO POWDERS DOPED WITH MONO, DI AND TRIVALENT CATIONS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS -- RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS -- GENERAL CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES
GIANT SPATIAL DISPERSION IN THE REGION OF PLASMON-PHONON INTERACTION IN ONE-DIMENSIONAL- INCOMMENSURATE CRYSTAL THE HIGHER SILICIDE OF MANGANESE (HSM) -- INTRODUCTION -- SPATIAL DISPERSION -- INCOMMENSURABILITY -- MODEL OF A CRYSTAL STRUCTURE THE HSM -- OPTICAL ANISOTROPY THE HSM -- WAVEGUIDE MODEL OF A CRYSTAL THE HSM -- Analysis of Conditions of an Initiation of the Spatial Dispersion -- FOUR-DIMENSIONAL PERMITTIVITY OF THE MODULATED MEDIA -- REFERENCES -- PECULIARITIES OF MAGNETOOPTICAL PROPERTIES IN CRYSTALS WITH MIXED VALENCE CENTERS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. MIXED VALENCE CENTERS -- 3. THE SPECTRUMS OF ABSORPTION AND COMPLEX FARADAY EFFECT IN THE INFRARED REGION OF ENERGIES -- 4. FARADAY EFFECT AND MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHROISM IN THE VISIBLE PART OF SPECTRUM -- 4.1. Spinel Type Crystals -- 4.2. Garnet Type Crystals -- 4.3. Manganites -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- THE INTERPLAY OF OPTICAL LATTICES WITH LOCALIZED NONLINEARITY: ONE-DIMENSIONAL SOLITONS -- Abstract -- 1.Introduction -- 2.TheModel -- 3.PerturbationAnalysisoftheSingle-DeltaModel -- 3.1.Thefirstfinitebandgap -- 3.1.1.Solutionsofthelinearequation -- 3.1.2.Thenonlinearpartofthesolution -- 3.1.3.Comparisonwithnumericalresults -- 3.2.Thesecondfinitebandgap -- 3.3.Thesemi-infinitegap -- 4.NumericalResultsfortheModelwiththeSingleDelta-Function -- 4.1.Solitonsinthesemi-infinitegap -- 4.2.Solitonsinthefirstfinitebandgap -- 4.3.Solitonsolutionsinthesecondfinitebandgap -- 5.NumericalResultsfortheModelwiththeTwoSymmetricDelta-Functions -- 5.1.Solitonsinthesemi-infinitegap -- 5.2.Solitonsinthefirstfinitebandgap -- 6.Conclusions -- References -- A NEW MULTILAYER STRUCTURE BASED REFRACTOMETRIC OPTICAL SENSING ELEMENT -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THEORY -- 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES
MATTER WAVE DARK SOLITONS IN OPTICAL SUPERLATTICES -- Abstract -- 1.Introduction -- 2.TheModel -- 3.Matter-waveBandGapSpectrumandDarkSolitons -- 4.Peierls-NabarroBarrier -- 5.Conclusions -- References -- OPTICAL SUPERLATTICES: WHERE PHOTONS BEHAVE LIKE ELECTRONS -- Abstract -- 1.Introduction -- 2.PorousSilicon-BasedOne-DimensionalSystems -- 3.BlochOscillationsofLight -- 3.1.Theopticalsuperlattice -- 3.2.SamplepreparationandopticalWSLs -- 3.3.Time-resolvedtransmissionmeasurements -- 4.ResonantZenerTunnelingofLight -- 4.1.Thedouble-minibandopticalsuperlattice -- 4.2.ResonantZenertunnelingintime-domain -- 5.Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- INDEX
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