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12 December 1994 Nonlinear optical properties of CuCl nanocrystallites
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Proceedings Volume 2332, Second International Symposium on Advanced Laser Technologies; (1994) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195879
Event: Advanced Laser Technologies: International Symposium, 1993, Prague, Czech Republic
Abstract
We review the nonlinear optical properties and their dynamics for CuCl nanocrystallites, embedded in a borosilicate glass matrix. Because of the high exciton binding energy of this compound, elementary electronical excitations are always in the weak confinement regime. In this limit, the optical properties of the quantum dots and their dynamics are essentially described by those of the bulk material. One has to consider, however, that the lack of translational invariance modifies the selection rules of optical transitions and hinders a classification in terms of longitudinal and transverse excitons.
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Bernd Hoenerlage and Roland Levy "Nonlinear optical properties of CuCl nanocrystallites", Proc. SPIE 2332, Second International Symposium on Advanced Laser Technologies, (12 December 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195879
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