This book is a collection of research papers that describe some of the latest research on lithium niobate, which is an important material with many technological applications. The papers fall into three sections, which respectively consider the relationship between photorefractive properties and the defect structure of lithium niobate, powder preparation using a wet chemistry method and high-energy ball-milling technique, and finally the investigation of the domain structures, stability and conduction, and applications in waveguide devices.
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- Bridgman method
- chemical composition
- computer modelling
- conducting domain walls
- defect structure
- doping magnesium
- Electro-Optic Modulator
- ferroelectric films
- high homogeneity
- high-energy ball-milling
- integrated optics devices
- lithium niobate
- lithium niobate thin film
- lithium niobate-on-insulator
- lithium–niobate electro-optic effect
- mechanochemical reaction
- non-volatile memory
- optical storage materials
- pentavalent and hexavalent doping
- photonic electric-field sensor
- photorefractive materials
- photorefractive properties
- pre-heat treatment
- proton exchange
- Reference, information & interdisciplinary subjects
- Research & information: general
- scanning probe microscopy
- Thermal stability
- titanium diffused optical channel waveguide
- Y-fed balanced-bridge Mach-Zehnder interferometer (YBB-MZI)
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