By Ivan P. Kaminow

ISBN-10: 0123950503

ISBN-13: 9780123950505

An creation to Electrooptic units goals to give an advent to the electrooptic influence and to summarize paintings on units utilising the electrooptic impact. The publication presents the mandatory heritage in classical crystal optics. The textual content then discusses subject matters together with crystal symmetry, the tensor description of linear dielectric homes, propagation in anisotropic media, and passive crystal optic units. The ebook additionally describes the phenomenological description of tensor nonlinear dielectric houses of crystals, with emphasis at the electrooptic impression; equipment layout and alertness; and a list of linear electrooptic coefficients for varied ingredients. humans occupied with the learn of electrooptic units will locate the textual content necessary.

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6 Biréfringent wave plate. c. denotes the complex conjugate. c. (2) We choose 2φ = — (kx + ky)L retardation Γ as for convenience and define the phase Γ = (*, - ky)L = 27rL(n33 - Λ „)/λ. (3) Then D(L) = [Z)(0)/V2][cos(w/ - T/2)x + cos( w / + T/2)y], (4) which represents an elliptical wave with principal axes at ±45° to x and y. In general, the principal axes of the wave will be along and normal to D(0) for any orientation of incident polarization. The ellipticity is readily apparent in a coordinate system x', / along the principal axes of the ellipse V 2 i = JC' - / λ/V = * + / · (5) In this system, (4) becomes D(L) = Z)(0)[cos(r/2)cos ωίχ' - sin(r/2)sin œty'].

The ellipticity is readily apparent in a coordinate system x', / along the principal axes of the ellipse V 2 i = JC' - / λ/V = * + / · (5) In this system, (4) becomes D(L) = Z)(0)[cos(r/2)cos ωίχ' - sin(r/2)sin œty']. 28 I. (6) CRYSTAL OPTICS During one optical cycle, the vector D(L) traces out an ellipse with radii cos(r/2) and sin(r/2). The sense of rotation of D(L) reverses when the sign of Γ changes and the wave is right- or left-handed, according to which hand must be used in order that the thumb point along k and the fingers curl with the rotation of D(L).

Thus, (8) gives the ordinary refraction formula sin ß/sin ß° = k°/k = nn/n, (9) with n the refractive index of the isotropic medium. 4), is a function of sin 0/sin ß' = k'(ße)/k. (10) Z X 3 î OPTIC AXIS ANISOTROPIC ISOTROPIC Fig. 4 26 Refraction at a boundary between an isotropic and an anisotropic medium. I. CRYSTAL OPTICS OPTIC AXIS EXTRAORDINARY WAVE INPUT WÉ3E ORDINARY WAVE Fig. 5 Double refraction. 4 shows that ke and k° are parallel only for normal incidence, ß = 0, or for k along the optic axis.

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