Room-temperature persistent spectral hole burning in SrFCl:Sm2+ films: Temporal and spatial response
|Published in||Applied Physics Letters. 1999, vol. 75, no. 1, p. 40-42|
|Abstract||Persistent spectral hole burning was performed on the 7F0–5D1 transition of Sm2 + in thin films of SrFCl. Depending on the substrate and the growth conditions, a total hole depth between 47% and 70% was reached. The holes were Lorentzians of width 4(±0.3) cm – 1. The time evolution of the hole depth was studied. It is described by two exponentials: a short time decay (t1 = 0.37 days) and a long time decay (t2 = 20.4 days) with a 20% infinite time limit. One- and two-photon burning mechanisms act.|
|Keywords||Optical hole burning — Strontium compounds — Samarium — Optical films — Two-photon spectra|
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|Research group||Groupe Bill|
|SCHNIEPER, Marc et al. Room-temperature persistent spectral hole burning in SrFCl:Sm2+ films: Temporal and spatial response. In: Applied Physics Letters, 1999, vol. 75, n° 1, p. 40-42. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:2938|