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High-contrast polarization spectroscopy of photochemically burned spectral holes in amorphous solids: potential for fast optical storage

Dick, Bernhard (1988) High-contrast polarization spectroscopy of photochemically burned spectral holes in amorphous solids: potential for fast optical storage. Chemical Physics Letters 143 (2), pp. 186-192.

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Abstract

Polarization spectroscopy was used to detect persistent spectral holes photochem. burned into the electronic absorption band of a guest mol. in an amorphous host. Tetraphenylporphin doped into a PMMA matrix was studied as an example. The polarization technique improved the contrast ratio (increase of intensity at the hole over background) by a factor of >200. Applications to fast readout of optical memories and line-narrowing spectroscopy are discussed.


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Item type:Article
Date:1988
Additional Information (public):CAN 108:85163 74-1 Radiation Chemistry, Photochemistry, and Photographic and Other Reprographic Processes 9011-14-7 (PMMA) Role: PRP (Properties) (photochem. hole burning in adsorption spectrum of tetraphenylporphin dopes in matrix of, polarization of spectroscopy for detection of); 917-23-7 Role: PRP (Properties) (photochem. hole burning in spectrum of, in PMMA matrix, polarization spectroscopy for detection of)
Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie > Chair of Chemistry III - Physical Chemistry (Molecular Spectroscopy and Photochemistry) > Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dick
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1988:85163Other
10.1016/0009-2614(88)87035-0DOI
Keywords:Optical absorption (by tetraphenylporphin-PMMA matrix, photochem. burning in, polarization spectroscopy in detection of); Photolysis (laser-induced, spectral hole burning in PMMA matrix doped with tetraphenylporphin in, polarization spectroscopy for detection of); Memory devices (optical, polarization spectroscopy of photochem. burned spectral holes in amorphous solids for); photochem hole burning optical memory; spectral hole burning tetraphenylporphin PMMA; polarization spectroscopy detection spectral hole
Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Science > 540 Chemistry & allied sciences
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:No
Item ID:5498
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