Anomalously directed amplified spontaneous emission from a wedge-shaped cell sandwiched by cholesteric liquid crystal films
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- Anomalously directed amplified spontaneous emission from a wedge-shaped cell sandwiched by cholesteric liquid crystal films
- Nagata, T; Ohta, T; Song, Myoung Hoon; Takanishi, Y; Ishikawa, K; Watanabe, J; Toyooka, T; Nishimura, S; Takezoe, H
- Amplified spontaneous emission; Cholesteric liquid crystal; Lasing; Photonic effect; Selective reflection
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- JAPAN SOC APPLIED PHYSICS
- JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, v.43, no., pp.L1220 - L1222
- An amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) from wedge-shaped cells of dye-doped glycerol sandwiched between two cholesteric liquid crystal films has been studied. Upon laser excitation at nearly normal incidence on a slightly wedged cell with a wedge angle of 1.2°, ASE occurs along the direction oblique (about 45°) to the surface normal. This effect was interpreted by increasing the incidence angle and consequent shift of a photonic band upon successive internal reflection in the wedge cell.
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