Piezooptic and Electrooptic Constants by D. F. Nelson (auth.), D. F. Nelson (eds.)
By D. F. Nelson (auth.), D. F. Nelson (eds.)
While vols. III/29 A, B (published in 1992 and 1993, respectively) comprises the low frequency houses of dielectric crystals, in vol. III/30 the excessive frequency or optical homes are compiled. the current and primary subvolume 30 A comprises piezooptic and elastooptic constants, linear and quadratic electrooptic constants and their temperature coefficients, and correct refractive indices. Subvolume 30 B will conceal moment and 3rd order nonlinear optical susceptibilities. For the reader's comfort an alphabetical formulation index and an alphabetical index of chemical, mineralogical and technical names for all ingredients of volumes 29 A, B and 30 A are included.
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Only absolute values measured; positive signs apparently chosen from theory. Since this work measured intensities, the algebraic signs were apparently chosen to be consistent with previous work [73Y2]. Please see Sec. 17 for explanation of symbols. The signs ofp,, are reversed to be consistent with the results of [71Wl], [73Y2] and [77A33. Estimated from the above data and the approximate assumption that (pii + 2~12) = [(n2 - l>(n2 + 2>ln4]. 2 Cubic system: Classes 23 (T), m3 (T,,) qpa in (TPa)-l ; ppa dimensionless; RT Crystal 11 PO 12 13 44 1 l-12 11-13 Other data h Ref.
P. 2 Piezooptic and elastooptic coefficients Rubidium nanganese richloride, :bMnCl? 84 633 80H2 A [nm] 633 Ref. 75Tl Other 87K6 refs. Figs. 45 A [nm] Ref. 633 76Sl Other refs. Figs. 633 76Sl 633 78Kl , 633 65T1, 67M1,75B4 589 69V5 633 72Ul 633 67Ml 179:ppo vs a i 80: ppo vs a “) The data in thesepapersare expressedin the form of changein refractive index An as affectedby stress, temperature,and wavelength. Similar data are given for CdS,Ser-,in [72Ml], and for CdSein [68G2, 74R1,75Rl]. 67 @cm)-‘.
Other data 93E3 vs Ao b PPG Other refs. 0771 PPa a Ref. 5 488 89Zl 8321,85K2 3390 10600 78F2 78F2 78F2,69H2,66R3 66R3,69H2 92E2 Other refs. 36 qpa”S Ji n3qp$2 vs A npu vs fioD> PPO PPU PPG PPU Hafnium oxide-yttrium oxide. 0095 2000... 5 93Al 93Al 10600? 1 (continued) Crystal Indium phosphide, InP 1 12 44 11-12 Other data n4qp, vs d npu vs FZUP) Krypton, Kr %u (T= 115SK) PPU Other refs. 79Cl 93E2 F 93E3 83S1 Ppavs A Iron sulphide, (pyrite) Fe& Ref. 53 7 lW2 5253 81B3 8202 3: si%i fE sg z; 5” g &.