Nonlinear mechanooptical transmittance controlled by a rotating TiO2 thin solid film with embedded bimetallic Au-Pt nanoparticles

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© 2017 A. J. Piña-Díaz et al. The modification in the third-order nonlinear optical behavior exhibited by a titanium dioxide thin solid film with embedded Gold-Platinum nanoparticles was induced by nanosecond optical pulses. A Nd:YAG laser system was employed for the experiments explored by a vectorial two-wave mixing method with the sample in rotation. The nanostructures were prepared by a sol-gel technique. Transmission Electron Microscopy studies and ultraviolet-optical spectroscopy measurements were undertaken. The evolution of the optical transmittance exhibited by the sample in rotation controlled by a servomechanism was observed. Potential applications for developing mechanooptical functions based on third-order optical nonlinearities were contemplated.
Original languageAmerican English
JournalJournal of Nanomaterials
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StatePublished - 1 Jan 2017

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Nanoparticles
Servomechanisms
Opacity
Platinum
Gold
Titanium dioxide
Sol-gels
Laser pulses
Nanostructures
Transmission electron microscopy
Lasers
Experiments
Optical spectroscopy
titanium dioxide

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