Photorefractive Optics: Materials, Properties, and by Shizuhuo Yin, Shizhuo Yin Francis T.S. Yu

By Shizuhuo Yin, Shizhuo Yin Francis T.S. Yu

This article covers the elemental points and the hot advances of photorefractive optics. because there's a large industry strength for constructing photorefractive (PR) optic units for the wishes of data infrastructure, the booklet will offer a thorough heritage and the cutting-edge technological purposes for those wishes: for instance, for available high-speed CD-ROM, three-D optical interconnects, turnable filters, huge potential stories, and others. The ebook is a superb reference textual content for technical employees, learn scientists, and graduate scholars who're operating during this box.

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