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1221 Cardona, M Light Scattering in Solids II I00249 1982 eBook  
1222 Devreese, J.T Theoretical Aspects and New Developments in Magneto-Optics I00235 1980 eBook  
1223 Hakiogammalu, T Quantum Optics and the Spectroscopy of Solids I00227 1997 eBook  
1224 G??nter, Peter Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications II I00226 1989 eBook  
1225 Miller, John C Laser Ablation I00207 1991 eBook  
1226 Eichler, Hans Joachim Laser-Induced Dynamic Gratings I00162 1986 eBook  
1227 Kontizas, E Wide-Field Spectroscopy I00101 1997 eBook  
1228 Metherell, A Acoustical Holography I00093 1970 eBook  
1229 Fl??gge, S Electron-Emission Gas Discharges I / Elektronen-Emission Gasentladungen I I00084 1956 eBook  
1230 Keyes, R.J Optical and Infrared Detectors I00081 1977 eBook  
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TitleLight Scattering in Solids II : Basic Concepts and Instrumentation
Author(s)Cardona, M;Chang, R. K;G??ntherodt, G;Long, M. B;Vogt, H
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982.
DescriptionXIII, 254 p. 22 illus : online resource
ISBN,Price9783540390756
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. LASERS 4. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 5. PHOTONICS
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TitleTheoretical Aspects and New Developments in Magneto-Optics
Author(s)Devreese, J.T
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer US, 1980.
DescriptionXI, 626 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe Advanced Study Institute on "Theoretical Aspects and New Developments in Magneto-Optics" was held at the University of Antwerpen (R.U.C.A.), from July 16 to July 28, 1979. The Institute was sponsored by NATO. Co-sponsors were: Agfa-Gevaert (Belgium), A.S.L.K. (Belgium), Bell Telephone Mfg. CO. (Belgium), Esso Belgium, Generale Bankmaatschappij (Belgium), General Motors (Belgium), I.B.M. (Belgium), Kredietbank (Belgium), Metallurgie Hoboken-Over?? pelt (Belgium), National Science Foundation (U.S.A). A total of 60 lecturers and participants attended the Institute. Scope of the Institute The magneto-optic phenomena are due to the change of the polarizability of a substance as a result of the splitting of the quantized energy bands. Most of these phenomena were discovered during the second half of this century. The understanding of the magneto-optical effects of all kinds, however, was brought by the advent of quantum mechanics, and since then important progress has been made in many fields of experimental methods and techniques
ISBN,Price9781489904546
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Electronic materials 4. LASERS 5. MICROWAVES 6. Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering 7. Optical and Electronic Materials 8. OPTICAL ENGINEERING 9. OPTICAL MATERIALS 10. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 11. PHOTONICS
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TitleQuantum Optics and the Spectroscopy of Solids : Concepts and Advances
Author(s)Hakiogammalu, T;Shumovsky, Alexander S
PublicationDordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 1997.
DescriptionXVIII, 252 p : online resource
Abstract NoteRemarkable recent progress in quantum optics has given rise to extremely precise quantum measurements that are used in the research into the fundamentals of quantum physics, and in different branches of physics such as optical spectroscopy. This progress stimulates new technologies in the field of optical communications, optical computation and information systems. This state-of-the-art volume presents work from a Summer School on Advances in Quantum Optics and Spectroscopy of Solids, held in Ankara, Turkey, in 1995. The various contributions written by leading scientists in the field cover a wide range of subjects in this exciting area of physics, and report new and important results and ideas. Topics dealt with include the interaction of quantum light with trapped atoms and condensed matter; quantum tomography and phase analysis; and many applications of quantum optics from mesoscopic physics to correlation spectroscopy of non-classical states, which are of major importance in understanding the nature of collective excitations in solids. Audience: This book will be of interest to postgraduate students and researchers whose work involves quantum optics, solid state spectroscopy and its applications
ISBN,Price9789401587969
Keyword(s)1. Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 2. ATOMS 3. CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS 4. EBOOK 5. EBOOK - SPRINGER 6. ELECTRODYNAMICS 7. Electronic materials 8. Elementary particles (Physics) 9. Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory 10. LASERS 11. Optical and Electronic Materials 12. OPTICAL MATERIALS 13. OPTICS 14. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 15. PHOTONICS 16. PHYSICS 17. QUANTUM FIELD THEORY 18. QUANTUM PHYSICS
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TitlePhotorefractive Materials and Their Applications II : Survey of Applications
Author(s)G??nter, Peter;Huignard, Jean-Pierre
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1989.
DescriptionXVIII, 369 p. 188 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis is the second of two volumes that review, for the first time, all major aspects of photorefractive effects and their applications. Photorefractive effects in electro-optic crystals are based on optically induced space-charge fields which ultimately alter the refractive indices by the electro-optic Pockels effect. The fundamental phenomena leading to photoinduced changes of refractive index, the materials requirements and experimental results on a variety of photorefractive materials are discussed and the most recent theoretical models describing these phenomena are presented. Interest in photorefractive materials has increased in recent years mainly because of their potential for nonlinear optical devices and for optical signals processing applications. Most of these applications are reviewed in this volume. The contributions to the two volumes are written by experts on each topic and are intended for scientists and engineers active in the field and for researchers and graduate students entering the field. Over 300 references to original papers on photorefractive and associated phenomena are cited. Volume 1 appeared as Volume 61 of Topics in Applied Physics
ISBN,Price9783540391357
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. LASERS 4. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 5. PHOTONICS 6. QUANTUM OPTICS
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TitleLaser Ablation : Mechanisms and Applications
Author(s)Miller, John C;Haglund, Richard F., Jr
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1991.
DescriptionIX, 362 p : online resource
Abstract NoteLasers can readily remove very thin layers from small areas of a material and can thus be used both to control the structure of the surface and to determine its composition. Laser ablation thus has a wide variety of applications - from re-shaping the cornea of the eye to correct vision and micro-machining electronic devices, to detection of minute contaminants on catalysts. This book is the proceedings of one ofthe first workshops held on this topic
ISBN,Price9780387348186
Keyword(s)1. CONDENSED MATTER 2. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. LASERS 6. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 7. PHOTONICS 8. QUANTUM OPTICS
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TitleLaser-Induced Dynamic Gratings
Author(s)Eichler, Hans Joachim;G??nter, Peter;Pohl, Dieter W
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1986.
DescriptionXI, 261 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe invention ofthe laser 25years ago resulted in powerfullight sources which led to the observation of unexpected and striking phenomena. New fields of science such as holography and nonlinear optics developed constituting the basis of this volume. The classical principle of linear superposition of light wavesdoes not hold anymore. Two laser beams crossing in a suitable material may produce a set of new beams with different directions and frequencies. The interaction of light waves can be understood by considering the optical grating structures which develop in the overlap region. The optical properties of matter become spatially modulated in the interference region of two light waves. Permanent holographic gratings have been produced in this way by photographic processes for many years. In contrast, dynamic or transient gratings disappear after the inducing light source, usually a laser, has been switched off. The grating amplitude is controlled by the light intensity. Dynamic gratings have been induced in a large number ofsolids, liquids, and gases, and are detected by diffraction, 'forced light scattering' of a third probing beam, or by self-diffraction of the light waves inducing the grating. The combined interference and diffraction effect corresponds to four-wave mixing (FWM) in the language of nonlinear optics. The process is called degenerate ifthe frequenciesofthe three incident wavesand the scattered wave are equal. Degenerate four-wave mixing (DFWM) is a simple method to achieve phase conjugation, i.e. to generate a wave which propagates time reversed with respect to an incident wave
ISBN,Price9783540396628
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. LASERS 4. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 5. PHOTONICS 6. QUANTUM OPTICS
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TitleWide-Field Spectroscopy : Proceedings of the 2nd Conference of the Working Group of IAU Commission 9 on ???Wide-Field Imaging??? held in Athens, Greece, May 20???25, 1996
Author(s)Kontizas, E;Kontizas, M;Morgan, D.H;Vettolani, G.P
PublicationDordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 1997.
DescriptionXXV, 405 p : online resource
Abstract NoteE. KONTIZAS Astronomical Institute National Observatory of Athens P. O. Box 20048 Athens GR-1181O GREECE The international conference on "Wide-Field Spectroscopy" and its sub?? ject matter were agreed during the general assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in August 1994 by the Working Group of Com?? mision 9 "Wi de-Field Imaging". This meeting gave an opportunity to world experts on this subject to gather in Athens, in order to discuss the cur?? rent exploitation and the impending opportunities that exist in the area of multi-object spectroscopy, with particular emphasis on: 1. Astronomical instruments, data acquisition, processing and analysis techniques. 2. Astrophysical problems best tackled through wide-field, multi-object spectroscopy. The new fibre optic technology offers an important tool for the advancement of basic research and the development of industrial applications. Astronom?? ical spectroscopy is a field of astronomy which has contributed much to the advancement of fundamental physics. The spectra of hot stars have been used to determine the well-known Balmer formula for the wavelength of hydrogen lines, in the late 19th century. Since then, spectroscopy has made enormous progress in stellar atmosphere studies, in kinematics, and in the detection of high redshifts in the Universe. The traditional techniques of obtaining wide-field spectroscopic data are based on slitless spectroscopy (objective prism). Several observations, world wide, make use ofthese tech?? niques in order to obtain information on the spectral properties of objects in large areas of the sky
ISBN,Price9789401157223
Keyword(s)1. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 2. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 3. Astronomy???Observations 4. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 5. Computer-aided engineering 6. Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD, CAE) and Design 7. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 8. EBOOK 9. EBOOK - SPRINGER 10. LASERS 11. Observations, Astronomical 12. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 13. PHOTONICS 14. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 15. Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems
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TitleAcoustical Holography : Volume 2
Author(s)Metherell, A
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer US, 1970.
DescriptionXVI, 376 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis volume presents the proceedings of the Second International Sym?? posium on Acoustical Holography, which was held at the Douglas Advanced Research Laboratories on 6 and 7 March 1969, fifteen months after the first symposium. Space was limited to about 110 seats, with representatives from nine countries attending. These countries included Canada, England, France, Japan, Mexico, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. The symposium consisted of 21 formal papers. The twenty second, by Dr. U. Fehr, was not read, but is included in these proceedings. The manu?? script of the interesting paper on acoustic propagation in a turbulent medium which was read by Dr. O. K. Mawardi was not received in time for publication in these proceedings, and we look forward to its publication perhaps at a later date in the open literature. In addition to the formal papers there were three informal presentations at the end of the meeting which were given by Dr. A. Lohmann, by L. A. Cram and K. O. Rossiter, and by T. S. Graham, which are also included in these proceedings. At the end of the formal presentations Dr. Lewis Larmore summarized the symposium and discussed some of the highlights. For the symposium summary and a summary of these proceedings the reader is referred to Chapter 1
ISBN,Price9781461582076
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. LASERS 4. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 5. PHOTONICS
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TitleElectron-Emission Gas Discharges I / Elektronen-Emission Gasentladungen I
Author(s)Fl??gge, S
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1956.
DescriptionVIII, 684 p : online resource
Abstract Notev. Formation of negative ions by processes other than attachment in the gaseous phase at low X/po 17. Introduction. As early as 1912, J. J. THOMSON [32J in his first mass spectro?? graph observed negative ions of 0-, Cl-, H- and what he believed to be N-. He at first ascribed these to possible dissociation of polar gaseous compounds by electron impact but control studies using ionization at low energies in glow discharges indicated that this was not the origin. O. W. RICHARDSON [33J in his book on emission of electricity from hot bodies reported negative ions to come from hot salts. From there on many experimental studies over the years indicated that negative ions could be formed by various processes. By the middle nineteen hundred and thirties the data fairly clearly identified several processes as being active and MASSEY and SMITH [34J developed the theory underlying some of them. More data are summarized in MASSEY'S excellent little monograph on Negative Ions and in )L\SSEY and BURHOP'S recent book [35]. Since that period, stimulated by various investigations and certain industrial problems, very careful studies of the appearance of such ions by mass spectrograph have been carried out in the laboratory of K. G. EMELEUS in Belfast by SLOANE and his co-workers [3J that haw clarified the questions and indicated what ions have been observed and something of the processes at work
ISBN,Price9783642458446
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Electronic materials 4. LASERS 5. Optical and Electronic Materials 6. OPTICAL MATERIALS 7. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 8. PHOTONICS
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TitleOptical and Infrared Detectors
Author(s)Keyes, R.J
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1977.
DescriptionXI, 308 p. 132 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis volume is written for those who desire a comprehensive analysis of the latest developments in infrared detector technology and a basic insight into the fundamental processes which are important to evolving detection techniques. Each of the most salient infrared detector types is treated in detail by authors who are recognized as leading authorities in the specific areas addressed. In order to concentrate on pertinent aspects of the present state of the detector art and the unique point of view of each author, extensive tutorials of a background nature are avoided in the text but are readily available to the reader through the many references given. The volume opens with a broad-brush introduction to the various types of infrared detectors that have evolved since Sir William Herschel's discovery of infrared radiation 175 years ago. The second chapter presents an overall perspective of the infrared detector art and serves as the cohesive cement for the more in-depth presentation of subsequent chapters. Those detector types which, for one reason or other have not attained wide use today, are also discussed in Chapter 2. The more notable and widely used infrared detectors can be divided into three basic classes which are indicative of the primary effect produced by the photon-detector interaction, i.e., thermal, photoconductive, photo?? voltaic, and photoemissive. Chapters 3, 4, and 5 offer a detailed treatment of each of these important processes
ISBN,Price9783540373780
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. LASERS 4. MICROSCOPY 5. Optics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices 6. PHOTONICS 7. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 8. SPECTROSCOPY 9. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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