Photorefractive (PR) polymer composites | Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Photorefractive (PR) polymer composites

A number of photorefractive (PR) polymer composites has been developed.They are based on crawn-substitutedphthalocyanines ruthenium, which is unique because they are able to amplify laser beams, infrared, up to 1600 nm. New composites arecreated on the base ofpolyvinylcarbazole (PVC) with the photovoltaic (PV) and photorefractive (PR) sensitivity for wavelengths of telecommunications range (laser IS550-120 with continuous emission at 1550 nmhas been used).

Joint work in the framework of the unified theme: a Laboratory of New Physicochemical Problems, academic AslanYusupovichTsivadze, D.Sc. Yu.G. Gorbunova, Ph.D.Yu.Yu.Yenakieva and the Laboratory of Electronic and Potonic Processes in Polymer Nanomaterials, Prof. Anatoly VeniaminovichVannikov

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