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Organic-inorganic hybrids for photonics

Abstract : This work shows the preparation and characterization of organic-inorganic hybrid materials to
photonic applications. We show the theory that involves the preparation of these materials and shows
some results of other works previously published involving similar initial materials. The material
obtained after hydrolysis and condensation reactions in presence of different zirconium concentrations
and the particles of these materials and also influence of the zirconium on pure hybrid U600 were
characterized using X-ray analyses (diffraction and scattering). Moreover, the typical bondings of the
material and the structural modifications due to addition of the inorganic phases were studied by
infrared spectroscopy. By RMN the material characteristics were analyzed. The optical characteristics
of this material including the intrinsic luminescence of the material and the influence of zirconium in
this luminescence were studied by luminescence spectroscopy. The introduction of europium ion that
gives new properties and it permits a complementary study of the material. Finally, some applications
of the material are shown as a thin film, and diffraction gratings obtained by holography, lithography,
and the laser effect in rhodamine-doped films were characterized.
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Daniela Coelho de Oliveira. Organic-inorganic hybrids for photonics. Atomic Physics [physics.atom-ph]. Université d'Angers, 2006. Portuguese. ⟨tel-00112529⟩



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