Chapter 1: Impact of Bandgap on Infrared Optical Nonlinearity in Novel Quaternary Chalcogenides: Cu2CdSnS4, α/β-Cu2ZnSiS4 and Li2CdGeS4
Nonlinear Optics: Fundamentals, Applications and Technological Advances
In recent years, there is increasing interest in the research on optical fiber nanowires or microfibers (MFs) which are fibers with submicrometer- and nanometer- diameter. The size is tens to thousands of times thinner than the standard optical fiber. With the advantages of large evanescent fields, high nonlinearity, extreme flexibility and configurability and low-loss interconnection to other optical fibers and fiberized components，they have found potential applications in a wide range of fields of optical communications, sensing, lasers, biology and chemistry. This book discusses the fundamentals, applications and technological advances of nonlinear optics.
NOVA Science Publishers
Chemistry | Optics | Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Aitken, Jennifer A.; Brant, Jacilynn A.; Clark, Daniel J.; Kim, Yong Soo; and Jang, Joon I., "Chapter 1: Impact of Bandgap on Infrared Optical Nonlinearity in Novel Quaternary Chalcogenides: Cu2CdSnS4, α/β-Cu2ZnSiS4 and Li2CdGeS4" (2014). Chemistry and Physics Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 10.