Samarium doped alkaline earth halide thin films as spectrally selective materials for hole burning
|Published in||Radiation effects and defects in solids. 1995, vol. 135, no. 1, p. 253-256|
|Abstract||Optical hole burning, a potential technique for spectrally selective Recording, was demonstrated in Sm-doped MBE-grown thin films of CaF2/Si(111). The inhomogeneous broadening of the corresponding Sm2+ 5d(T1u) ↞ 4f(7F0, A1g) transition (690 nm) was investigated as a function of substrate temperature and film thickness. The MBE apparatus is briefly described as well as the thin film growth procedure.|
|Keywords||Calciumfluoride: samarium — Thin films — MBE — Hole burning|
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|Research group||Groupe Bill|
|MONNIER, Alain et al. Samarium doped alkaline earth halide thin films as spectrally selective materials for hole burning. In: Radiation effects and defects in solids, 1995, vol. 135, n° 1, p. 253-256. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:2856|