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Preparation of thin optical active layers by localised Er3+ doping into lithium niobate single crystal

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    SYSNO ASEP0351926
    Document TypeA - Abstract
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    TitlePreparation of thin optical active layers by localised Er3+ doping into lithium niobate single crystal
    Author(s) Cajzl, J. (CZ)
    Nekvindová, P. (CZ)
    Švecová, B. (CZ)
    Macková, Anna (UJF-V) RID, ORCID, SAI
    Malinský, Petr (UJF-V) RID, ORCID, SAI
    Oswald, J. (CZ)
    Kolitsch, A. (DE)
    Špirková, J. (CZ)
    Number of authors8
    Source TitleSSC - Conference on Solid State Chemistry, Book of abstracts. - Praha, 2010 - ISBN 978-80-904678-0-4
    S. 95-95
    Number of pages1 s.
    ActionSSC-Conference on Solid State Chemistry
    Event date11.09.2010-15.09.2010
    VEvent locationPraha
    CountryCZ - Czech Republic
    Event typeCST
    Languageeng - English
    KeywordsErbium ; Lithium Niobate ; Ion exchange ; Ion implantation
    Subject RIVBG - Nuclear, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Colliders
    R&D ProjectsLC06041 GA MŠk - Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS)
    CEZAV0Z10480505 - UJF-V (2005-2011)
    AnnotationNowadays there are available several types of materials doped with laser active ions. Such materials can be both poly-crystalline and single-crystalline or amorphous. Lithium niobate doped with erbium ions is the well known material for the optical devices like amplifiers and lasers. There are two basic options how the lasing materials can be prepared: (i) bulk doping or (ii) localized doping occurring mainly on the surface of the un-doped bulk material. Though the bulk doping (i) is a rather common method, there are still some problems, as, e.g., poor homogeneity of the dopants distribution. Furthermore, for some utilization it is much better when the dopants are present only in a small and well defined area of the substrate, usually in the surface. Therefore the second option, the localized doping, will be the objective of the contribution. In this study two ways of erbium localized doping into various cuts of lithium niobate were used: ion implantation and thermal diffusion.
    WorkplaceNuclear Physics Institute
    ContactMarkéta Sommerová,, Tel.: 266 173 228
    Year of Publishing2011
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