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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10290

Sol-Gel and Polymer Photonic Devices: A Critical Review
Editor(s): Mark P. Andrews; S. Iraj Najafi
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Volume Number: 10290
Date Published: 29 July 1997
Softcover: 0 papers () pages
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Toward molecular design of oxide precursor for advanced materials
Author(s): Liliane G. Hubert-Pfalzgraf
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Sol-gel nonlinear materials based on the incorporation of nanosize crystals and fullerene derivatives
Author(s): Massimo Guglielmi
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Transparent polymer/silica hybrid gels
Author(s): Lisa C. Klein; Christopher L. Beaudry; S. Yamazaki; Anna B. Wojcik
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Optical chemical sensors based on sol-gel-derived films
Author(s): Brian D. MacCraith
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Polymer and ormosil materials for optical data storage
Author(s): Fulong Tang; Fuxi Gan
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Sol-gel fabrication for optical communication components: prospects and progress
Author(s): Eric M. Yeatman
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Potential of organic-inorganic hybrid materials derived by sol-gel for photonic applications
Author(s): Angela B. Seddon
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Sol-gel technologies in thin film fabrication for integrated optics lasers and amplifiers
Author(s): Rui Manuel Almeida; H. Cristina Vasconcelos
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Chances and limitations of sol-gel-derived metal oxide and chalcogenide nanocomposites for optic and photonic application
Author(s): Helmut K. Schmidt
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Passive and active sol-gel materials and devices
Author(s): Mark P. Andrews; S. Iraj Najafi
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New developments in integrated optics using the sol-gel process
Author(s): Paul Coudray; Yves Moreau; Pascal Etienne; Jerome Porque
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Designing electro-optical polymer films: optical loss vs EO activity vs stability
Author(s): Geoffrey A. Lindsay
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The role of intermolecular interactions in fabricating hardened electro-optic materials
Author(s): Larry R. Dalton; Aaron W. Harper; Jinghong Chen; Sam-Shajing Sun; Shane S. H. Mao; Sean M. Garner; Antao Chen; William H. Steier
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Current status and future of photorefractive polymers for photonic applications
Author(s): Bernard Kippelen; Nasser Peyghambarian
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Unification of azo-polymer systems by photo-induced molecular movement
Author(s): Zouheir Sekkat; Andre Knoesen; Wolfgang Knoll; Robert D. Miller
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Cross-linked polyimides for integrated optics
Author(s): Kenneth D. Singer; Tony C. Kowalczyk; Hung D. Nguyen; Allyson J. Beuhler; David A. Wargowski
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Polymer optical fibers for photonics
Author(s): Mark G. Kuzyk
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Poling and characterization of photonic waveguide devices for efficient second-harmonic generation
Author(s): Matthias L. Jaeger; George I. Stegeman; Siegfried Bauer; Simona Bauer-Gogonea; Walter Brinker; S. Yilmaz; Werner Wirges
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Next-generation polymeric photonic devices
Author(s): Louay A. Eldada; Lawrence W. Shacklette; Robert A. Norwood; James T. Yardley
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Polyimide-based waveguides for guided-wave multi-Gbit/sec MCM optoelectronic interconnects
Author(s): Ray T. Chen; Linghui Wu; Feiming Li; Suning Tang; Michael Dubinovsky; J. M. Qi; Clint L. Schow; Joe C. Campbell; Randy W. Wickman; Bruce R. Pecor; Mary K. Hibbs-Brenner; Julian P. G. Bristow; Yung-Sheng Liu; Scott Rattan; Chad Noddings
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