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题名: Growth and Characterization of Thallium Arsenic Selenide Crystals for Nonlinear Optical Applications
作者: SINGH NB; HENNINGSEN T; KUN ZK; et al
刊名: Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials
出版日期: 1990
卷号: 20, 期号:1-2, 页码:175-188
DOI: 10.1016/0960-8974(90)90024-M
英文摘要: The synthesis, growth, and characterization of large single crystals of the efficient nonlinear optical sulfosalt material thallium arsenic selenide (TAS) are reviewed. Recent significant improvements in crystal growth and purification technology have enabled us to grow high optical quality crystals as measured by etchpit, x-ray topographic, and birefringent interferometric characterization methods. The excellent crystal quality is reflected in the high CO2 frequency conversion efficiencies obtained with TAS.
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URI标识: http://202.127.2.71:8080/handle/181331/11097
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SINGH NB,HENNINGSEN T,KUN ZK,et al. Growth and Characterization of Thallium Arsenic Selenide Crystals for Nonlinear Optical Applications[J]. Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials,1990,20(1-2):175-188.
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