Persistent spectral hole-burning: Science and applications

summaries of papers presented at the Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning, Science and Applications ... California (1991 Technical digest series)
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This is the first full-length book on persistent spectral hole-burning. The goal is to provide a broadly based survey of the scientific principles and applications of.

Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications. Editors persistent spectral holes might be used to store digital information has led to the study of materials and configura­ tions for frequency-domain optical storage and related possible applica­ tions. This is the first full-length book on persistent spectral hole-burning.

Persistent spectral hole-burning in inorganic materials due either to photoionization or to photophysical effects is then summarized, followed by a detailed discussion of nonphotochemical hole-burning mechanisms for electronic transitions in amorphous solids.

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The book concludes with a description of potential applications to data storage and Author: William E. Moerner. Site-Selection Spectroscopy.- Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning.- Burning of Spectral Holes in the Inhomogeneous Distribution Function.- Early Observations of Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning.- Kinetics of Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning.- Spectroscopic Applications.- Homogeneous Zero-Phonon Line Broadening and.

Günter Schulz-Ekloff, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, Principle of Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning. The term persistent spectral hole-burning (PSHB) comprises photochemical hole-burning (PHB) as well as nonphotochemical hole-burning (NPHB) [53].Both hole-burning mechanisms result in persistent holes created in the absorption band of.

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Photochemical spectral hole burning (PCSHB) is a type of selective excitation spectral bleaching in which the optical species is photoreactive.

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The products of the selective photobleaching are, in most cases, spectroscopically well separated from that of the original absorption (Friedrich and. Get this from a library. Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications. [W E Moerner] -- This book describes the underlying scientific fundamentals and principal phenomena associated with persistent spectral hole-burning in solids, and presents an overview of possible future applications.

The 13th International Scientific Conference HBSM "Hole Burning, Single Molecule, and Related Spectroscopies: Science and Applications" was successfully held by the Institute of Spectroscopy of the Russian Academy of Sciences with the Moscow Pedagogical State University (Department of Theoretical Physics of E.V.

Shpol’skii) from August 6 to 10, in Suzdal. Abstract. Persistent spectral hole-burning in the electronic transitions of crystalline and amorphous inorganic materials is reviewed.

Four classes of materials have been studied so far: color centers, divalent rare earth ions in crystals, transition metal ions in crystals, and rare earth ions in by: 4.

In this conte. 'Ct, the present work is complementary to Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applica- tions (ed. by W. Moerner, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg ), which deals in more detail with the various aspects of laser spectroscopy with ultrahigh spectral : Paperback.

Persistent spectral hole-burning: Science and applications Book Moerner, W.E. This book describes the underlying scientific fundamentals and principal phenomena associated with persistent spectral hole-burning in solids, and presents an overview of possible future applications to optical storage of digital data and optical signal processing.

Semiconductor quantum dots represent one of the fields of solid state physics that have experienced the greatest progress in the last decade. Recent years have witnessed the discovery of many striking new aspects of the optical response and electronic transport phenomena.

This book surveys this progress in the physics, optical spectroscopy and application-oriented 3/5(3). A chapter by Nobel laureate Eric Betzig appeared in the book Near Field Optics, and William E.

Moerner edited the Springer book Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications. During the course of his career, Moerner has also written papers for a number of other Springer books and the journals Molecular Neurodegeneration, Applied.

Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications Almost fifteen years have now elapsed since the first observations of per­ sistent spectral hole-burning in inhomogeneously broadened absorption lines in : Spectral Hole Burning and its Applications for Picosecond Optical Data-Processing View the table of contents for this issue, or go to the journal homepage for more Phys.

Scr. Persistent spectral hole-burning and hole-filling in CuBr semiconductor nanocrystals Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Chemical Physics (20). Excitation of photonic atoms (dielectric microspheres) on optical fibers: application to room-temperature persistent spectral hole burning.

Ali Serpenguzel, Stephen A first of these applications is the room temperature microparticle hole-burning memory. New applications can be envisioned if microparticle resonances can be coupled to Author: Ali Serpenguzel, Stephen Arnold, Giora Griffel. Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications: Summaries of Papers Presented at the Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning, Science and Applications Topical Meeting, September, Monterey, California by.

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The zero‐phonon hole profile measured for resorufin using a single‐mode dye laser has been found to be nearly Lorentzian even in the case of relatively deep holes. The observed fluence‐dependent depth and width of the zero‐phonon hole are reproduced well by Cited by: Persistent Spectral Hole-Burning: Science and Applications; Best free Ebook.

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Persistent spectral hole‐burning (PSHB) materials based on donor–acceptor electron transfer have promising characteristics for future memory applications, i.e. high recording speed and high recording density, that cannot be matched by conventional PSHB materials.

Novel PSHB materials are described in which spectral holes can be burnt on.Over the last 25 years, Hans Riesen's research has been mostly focused on the laser spectroscopy, e.g. spectral hole-burning, of transition metal ion doped insulators/wide band gap semiconductors.

He is particularly interested in light-induced changes in the solid state that have potential applications in ultra-high density optical data storage.Silver nanoprisms (∼nm edge length) were etched with HAuCl4 to generate gold−silver alloy framework structures.

Interestingly, these triangular nanoframes possess no strong surface plasmon bands in the ultraviolet or visible regions of the optical spectrum.

By adding a mild reducing agent, l-ascorbic acid, gold and silver ions remaining in solution can be reduced.