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Optical Limiting in Protonic Doped Bis-Benzothiazole

  • N. Tang (a1) (a2), R. W. Hellwarth (a1), J. P. Partanen (a1), S. Sun (a3) and L. R. Dalton (a3)...

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A ∼13% increase in the absorption coefficient is seen by a weak probe beam to build-up exponentially in ∼50 ps and decay in ∼1.4 ns after a ∼30 ps intense pump pulse (∼220 mJ/cm2 ) at 532 nm goes through a bis-benzothiazole/H2SO4 solution. We propose a three-level model to explain the effect and obtain the basic parameters by fitting our data to the model.

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Optical Limiting in Protonic Doped Bis-Benzothiazole

  • N. Tang (a1) (a2), R. W. Hellwarth (a1), J. P. Partanen (a1), S. Sun (a3) and L. R. Dalton (a3)...

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