Bruce H.T. Chai
Rare-earth calcium oxyborate crystals could potentially break the production bottleneck of nonlinear optical materials. Chai looks closely at how these crystals are made, the properties they possess, and a potential display application.
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Publish Date: 01 January 1999
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