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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 5211

Nonlinear Optical Transmission and Multiphoton Processes in Organics
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5211
Date Published: 3 November 2003
Softcover: 17 papers (156) pages
ISBN: 9780819450845

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Three-photon absorbing materials: characterization and applications
Author(s): Guang S. He; Paras N. Prasad
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Nonlinear optical refractive index and absorption of coordination compounds
Author(s): Anna Migalska-Zalas; Izabela Fuks-Janczarek; Aleksandra A. Apostoluk; Bouchta Sahraoui; Cecile Martineau; Gilles Lemercier; Chantal Andraud; Ivan V. Kityk; Janusz Berdowski
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Nonlinear optical spectroscopic characterization of a series of fluorene derivatives
Author(s): Joel M. Hales; Katherine J. Schafer; Alma M. Morales; Kevin D. Belfield; David J. Hagan; Eric W. Van Stryland
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Multiphoton and excited-state absorptions of an organic liquid for optical limiting applications
Author(s): Iam Choon Khoo; Andre Diaz; Jianwu Ding
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Cooperative enhancement of two- and three-photon absorption in dendrimers and their underlying coherent domain structure
Author(s): Mikhail Drobizhev; Aliaksandr Karotki; Yuliya Dzenis; Mikalai Kruk; Aleksander Rebane; Zhiyong Suo; Charles W. Spangler
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Nonlinear transmission properties in bacteriorhodopsin-embedded photonic crystal
Author(s): Yoshiko Okada-Shudo; Teruya Ishihara
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Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)-based nonlinear optics
Author(s): James G. Grote; Naoya Ogata; Joshua A. Hagen; Emily Heckman; Michael J. Curley; Perry P. Yaney; Morley O. Stone; Darnell E. Diggs; Robert L. Nelson; John S. Zetts; Frank Kenneth Hopkins; Larry Raymond Dalton
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Strong two-photon absorption in new porphyrins with asymmetrical <i>meso</i>-substitution
Author(s): Mikhail Drobizhev; Aliaksandr Karotki; Mikalai Kruk; Yuliya Dzenis; Aleksander Rebane; Fanqing Meng; Eric Nickel; Charles W. Spangler
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Wavelength dispersion of two-photon absorption and two-photon-induced fluorescence of stilbazolium derivatives
Author(s): Wenfang Sun; Fengqi Guo; Dmitri Martyshkin; Sergey B. Mirov; Chuanlang Zhan; Duoyuan Wang
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Studies of new two-photon fluorescent probes suitable for multiphoton microscopy in biological settings
Author(s): Raz Gvishi; Garry Berkovic; Zvi Kotler; Pnina Krief; Lev Shapiro; Jacob T. Klug; Jacqueline Skorka; Vladimir Khodorkovsky
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Reactive two-photon fluorescent probes for biological imaging
Author(s): Kevin D. Belfield; Katherine J. Schafer; Sheng Yao; Joel M. Hales; David J. Hagan; Eric W. Van Stryland
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Near-field multiphoton nanolithography using an apertureless optical probe
Author(s): Xiaobo Yin; Nicholas Fang; Xiang Zhang; Ignacio B. Martini; Benjamin J. Schwartz
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Two-photon absorption initiation for polymerization with microlasers at 532 and 1064 nm
Author(s): Cecile Martineau; Gilles Lemercier; Chantal Andraud; Irene Wang; Michel Bouriau; Patrice L. Baldeck
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Analysis of four-wave mixing in dispersion-managed transmission lines
Author(s): Shiming Gao; Changxi Yang; Di Feng; Guofan Jin
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Two-photon microfabrication using two-component photoinitiation systems: effect of photosensitizer and acceptor concentrations
Author(s): Catherine A. Leatherdale; Robert J. DeVoe
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Broadband optical limiting optimization by combination of carbon nanotubes and two-photon absorbing chromophores in liquids
Author(s): Didier Riehl; Nicolas Izard; Laurent Vivien; Eric Anglaret; Eric Doris; Cecilia Menard; Charles Mioskowski; Laurent Porres; Olivier Mongin; M. Charlot; Mireille Blanchard-Desce; Remi Anemian; Jean-Christophe Mulatier; Cyril Barsu; Chantal Andraud
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Fabrication of polymeric 3D structure containing metal/metal oxide nanoparticles by two-photon processes
Author(s): Xuan-Ming Duan; Hong-Bo Sun; Koshiro Kaneko; Satoshi Kawata
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