Recent Progress in Lithium Niobate
Jackson, Robert A. (editor)
Szaller, Zsuzsanna (editor)
This book is a collection of research papers that describe some of the latest research on lithium niobate, which is an important material with many technological applications. The papers fall into three sections, which respectively consider the relationship between photorefractive properties and the defect structure of lithium niobate, powder preparation using a wet chemistry method and high-energy ball-milling technique, and finally the investigation of the domain structures, stability and conduction, and applications in waveguide devices.
Keywordslithium niobate; optical storage materials; photorefractive materials; high-energy ball-milling; nanocrystals; mechanochemical reaction; chemical composition; powders; microparticles; photonic electric-field sensor; titanium diffused optical channel waveguide; lithium–niobate electro-optic effect; Y-fed balanced-bridge Mach-Zehnder interferometer (YBB-MZI); electro-optic modulator; lithium niobate thin film; proton exchange; Mach-Zehnder; integrated optics devices; doping magnesium; Bridgman method; high homogeneity; thermal stability; nano-domain; LNOI; pre-heat treatment; divalent; trivalent; tetravalent; pentavalent and hexavalent doping; computer modelling; photorefractive properties; defect structure; conducting domain walls; ferroelectric films; lithium niobate-on-insulator; scanning probe microscopy; non-volatile memory
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
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