Electrooptics: Phenomena, Materials and Applications

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Academic Press, 14 sep. 1994 - 345 páginas
This comprehensive text provides an understanding of the physical phenomenon behind electrooptics. It describes in detail modern electrooptic materials and operative physical mechanisms, and devotes a full chapter tothe new materials engineering that is contributing to the development of low-dimensional systems. The book also reviews device applications in both bulk and waveguide technologies.

  • Provides extensive coverage in a self-contained format, and consequently useful to beginners as well as specialists
  • Includes the most current information
  • Features many tables and illustrations to facilitate understanding
 

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Índice

Chapter 1 The Vast World of Electrooptics
1
Chapter 2 Light Propagation in Anisotropic Media
19
Concepts Phenomena and Techniques
49
Chapter 4 Electrooptics and Nonlinear Optics
87
Chapter 5 Inorganic Electrooptic Materials
127
Chapter 6 Organic Electrooptic Materials
161
Chapter 7 Bulk Electrooptic Applications
193
Chapter 8 Electrooptics and Integrated Optics
219
Chapter 9 Semiconductor Quantum Wells and Superlattices
251
Chapter 10 The Photorefractive Effect
279
Chapter 11 Photorefractive Applications
311
Index
332
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