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Title: Growth and Characterization of Succinic Acid and Nicotinic Acid Based Nonlinear Optical Crystals
Researcher: Sheelarani V
Guide(s): Dr. J. Shanthi
Keywords: Solution Growth Method
UV Vis, Dielectric, NLO
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 08/01/2015
Abstract: The growth of high quality single crystals remains a challenging endeavour of materials science. Crystals of suitable size (from fibre crystals with diameters of tens of micrometers up to crystalline ingots of blocks with volume up to 1 m3) and perfection (free from precipitates, inclusions, and twins with good uniformity and low concentration of dislocations) are required for fundamental research and practical implementation on microelectronic circuits, electro-optic switches and modulators, solid-state lasers, light emitting diodes, sensors, and many other devices (Fornari and Roth 2009). The rapid advances in microelectronics, communication technologies, medical instrumentation, energy and space technology were only possible after the remarkable progress in fabrication of large, rather perfect crystals and of large-diameter epitaxial layers (Muller et al 2004).
Pagination: 165 p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Physics

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