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Amorphous chalcogenide layers and nanocomposites for direct surface patterning
Author(s): Sandor Molnar; Roland Bohdan; Istvan Csarnovics; Iulia Burunkova; Sandor Kokenyesi
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Paper Abstract

Homogeneous, 200 – 3000 nm thick layers of chalcogenide glasses, 1 – 2 mm thick plane-parallel plates as well as nanocomposite structures, containing gold nanoparticles have been produced and used for in situ surface optical and geometrical relief fabrication by optical- or electron-, ion-beam recording. Investigations were focused on the formation of giant (height modulation from nanometers up to micrometers) geometrical reliefs and elements (dots, lines and diffractive elements) applicable in the 0.5 – 10 micrometer spectral range. Recording parameters were compared with available data on acrylic polymer nanocomposites. The mechanism of the recording processes, which include thermal, electron and mass-transport components were explained and the selection of the materials from As(Ge)-S(Se) binary systems with best recording parameters was done.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 March 2015
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 9359, Optical Components and Materials XII, 935908 (16 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2076470
Show Author Affiliations
Sandor Molnar, The Univ. of Debrecen (Hungary)
Roland Bohdan, The Univ. of Debrecen (Hungary)
Istvan Csarnovics, The Univ. of Debrecen (Hungary)
Iulia Burunkova, Univ. ITMO (Russian Federation)
Sandor Kokenyesi, The Univ. of Debrecen (Hungary)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9359:
Optical Components and Materials XII
Shibin Jiang; Michel J. F. Digonnet, Editor(s)

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