Ivan P. Kaminow's An Introduction to Electrooptic Devices. Selected Reprints PDF

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By Ivan P. Kaminow

ISBN-10: 0123950503

ISBN-13: 9780123950505

An advent to Electrooptic units goals to give an advent to the electrooptic impression and to summarize paintings on units utilising the electrooptic influence. The booklet presents the mandatory history in classical crystal optics. The textual content then discusses themes together with crystal symmetry, the tensor description of linear dielectric houses, propagation in anisotropic media, and passive crystal optic units. The e-book additionally describes the phenomenological description of tensor nonlinear dielectric houses of crystals, with emphasis at the electrooptic impression; equipment layout and alertness; and a list of linear electrooptic coefficients for numerous ingredients. humans thinking about the research of electrooptic units will locate the textual content worthwhile.

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3, 263-383 (1972). * The symbols denote the following for the electrooptic tensors: ·—· ·—o (§) © X equal equal equal equal equal components. magnitude and opposite sign. to twice the heavy dot component to which it is joined. to minus 2 times the heavy dot component to which it is joined: to (11-12). In trigonal and hexagonal systems certain tensor elements describing physical properties other than the electrooptic effect differ from those given above by trivial factors of two. -tensor, we have ® © X equal to the heavy dot component to which it is joined.

McGraw-Hill, New York, 1941. 9. W. G. Cady, "Piezoelectricity," Vol. 2. Dover, New York, 1964. 10. E. E. " Wiley, New York, 1969. REFERENCES 37 CHAPTER II NONLINEAR DIELECTRIC EFFECTS 1. Introduction In the preceding chapter, the dielectric medium was characterized by one of several alternative tensor constants: the dielectric constant Kih the impermeability Bij9 and the susceptibility χ,7. We noted that these parameters vary with frequency in the neighborhood of lattice and electron resonances and may have considerably different values at low frequencies below the lattice resonances and at high frequencies above these resonances.

1), 4- x\ + x2) + 2r4lElx2X3 (1/« 2 )(JCI 2 = 1. (1) The factor 2 enters because the cross product x2x3 can be formed in two ways. The problem is to find a principal axis coordinate transformation which eliminates all cross products. A 45° rotation about xx gives xx = x'u x2 = 2~1/2(JC2 + X3), X3 = 2~l/2(x2 - X3) and the ellipsoid becomes (x[2/n2) + [(\/n2) + r4lEx]x? + [(I//12) - r ^ ] * ? = 1. (2) Reference to the stereograms in Fig. 4 of Chapter I shows that the only elements common to Ex and the crystal point group are C2(x\)9 o(x2), and σ(χ\); they also describe the deformed ellipsoid (2).

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