Organic Materials for Photonics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444899163, 9781483291536

Organic Materials for Photonics

1st Edition

Science and Technology

Editors: G. Zerbi
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444899163
eBook ISBN: 9781483291536
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 5th July 1993
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Table of Contents

Sections: I. 1. Introduction. 2. Optronics (W. Frank). II. Isolated Molecules. 3. Molecular optics (M. Gussoni et al.). 4. Molecular electronic spectroscopy (B.E. Kohler). 5. Kinetics of charged excitations in conjugated polymers. An example for the application of picosecond- and femtosecond spectroscopy (H. Bleier). 6. Experimental methods for picosecond spectroscopy and applications to polyacetylene (Z.V. Vardeny). 7. Electronic and nonlinear optical properties of conjugated molecules and polymers: A quantum chemistry approach (J.L. Bredas). 8. Synthesis and manipulation of conjugated hydrocarbon polymers (W.J. Feast). III. Optics of Condensed Media. 9. Optics of media (G. Leising). 10. Optics in crystals; application to phase-matching in quadratic nonlinear anisotropic media (I. Ledoux). 11. Measurement of nonlinear optical susceptibilities (C. Bubeck). IV. Applications and Devices. 12. Electrooptic with polymers (P. Robin). 13. Polymeric optical nonlinear X[2] waveguiding devices (G.R. Molhmann). 14. A heuristic view of NLO processes in conjugated polymers (S. Etemad). 15. General principles of waveguides (A.P. Persoons). 16. Waveguide structures for integrated optics (W. Knoll). 17. Photoresists (S. Birkle et al.). 18. Organic materials in optical data storage (G.H.W. Buning). 19. Digital optical computing (R.H. Brenner).


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Sections: I. 1. Introduction. 2. Optronics (W. Frank). II. Isolated Molecules. 3. Molecular optics (M. Gussoni et al.). 4. Molecular electronic spectroscopy (B.E. Kohler). 5. Kinetics of charged excitations in conjugated polymers. An example for the application of picosecond- and femtosecond spectroscopy (H. Bleier). 6. Experimental methods for picosecond spectroscopy and applications to polyacetylene (Z.V. Vardeny). 7. Electronic and nonlinear optical properties of conjugated molecules and polymers: A quantum chemistry approach (J.L. Bredas). 8. Synthesis and manipulation of conjugated hydrocarbon polymers (W.J. Feast). III. Optics of Condensed Media. 9. Optics of media (G. Leising). 10. Optics in crystals; application to phase-matching in quadratic nonlinear anisotropic media (I. Ledoux). 11. Measurement of nonlinear optical susceptibilities (C. Bubeck). IV. Applications and Devices. 12. Electrooptic with polymers (P. Robin). 13. Polymeric optical nonlinear X[2] waveguiding devices (G.R. Molhmann). 14. A heuristic view of NLO processes in conjugated polymers (S. Etemad). 15. General principles of waveguides (A.P. Persoons). 16. Waveguide structures for integrated optics (W. Knoll). 17. Photoresists (S. Birkle et al.). 18. Organic materials in optical data storage (G.H.W. Buning). 19. Digital optical computing (R.H. Brenner).


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Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1993
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9781483291536

About the Editors

G. Zerbi Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Politechnico di Milano, Milan, Italy