Composite Materials for Nonlinear Optics: Theory and Experiment
The practical development of optical communications and optical networks for industrial and commercial applications has provided the impetus for exploring the applications of nonlinear optical materials. The barrier to a wide variety of useful devices for these and future applications in optical computing and in data image processing has been the availability of appropriate nonlinear optical materials. The quest for new materials has been mainly directed toward engineered semiconductors and more recently, polymeric materials have been explored.
KeywordsSurface Plasmon Resonance Effective Medium Theory Thermal Contribution Nonlinear Optical Material Nanosecond Time Scale
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