Polymer Filled Porous Glass Plates — A Composite Material for Nonlinear Optics
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Porous silica glasses with a branched system of connected nanometer pores will be useful for the fabrication of optical composite materials, if a new technology is applied: the reactive deposition of small particles (<nm) of inorganic semiconductors or the physical deposition of organic dyes and the filling of the rest volume of the pores with organic polymers. The preparation and optical properties of such composite materials like the cut-off behaviour and the transparency in the UV-VIS range of the light spectrum are descripted.
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- [BOR 87]
- [KAP 92]KAPS CH., FRANKE G., SCHUBERT R., P 422–5952. 5, 1992Google Scholar
- [NOR 44]
- [STE 88]
- [WIL 88]