Features of Optical Materials Modified with Effective Nanoobjects: Bulk Properties and Interface

Natalia V. Kamanina, PhD
Vavilov State Optical Institute, Kadetskaya Liniya V.O., St. Petersburg, Russia

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: TEC021000

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New effective nano-objects such as the fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, shungites, graphenes and quantum dots have been widely used now in the research of many scientific and technical groups. The main reason to use the fullerenes, shungites, and quantum dots is connected to their unique energy levels and the high value of electron affinity energy. The basic features of carbon nanotubes and graphenes are regarded to their high conductivity, strong hardness of their C-C bonds as well as complicated and unique mechanisms of charge carrier moving. These peculiarities of carbon nano-objects will be under consideration in this paper to explain their influence on balk and surface optical materials properties with good new advantages.

As the result of this discussion and investigation, new areas of application of the nanostructured optical materials and elements can be shown in the optoelectronics and laser optics, medicine, telecommunications, display, microscopy technique, etc. Moreover, the nanostructured materials can be used for example, for development of transparent UV and IR window, for gas storage and solar energy accumulation, as well as in airspace and atomic industry. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

Chapter I. Introduction

Chapter II. Organic Conjugated Materials with Fullerenes - Possible Mechanisms to Attenuate the Laser Beam in the Visible and Near IR Spectral Range

Chapter III. Laser-Induced Change of the Refractive Index of the Organic Materials Modified with Carbon Nanoparticles, Especially with Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes

Chapter IV. Nematic Liquid Crystals and their Homeotropic Alignment Using Carbon Nanotubes

Chapter V. Poly (Vinyl Alcohol) Thin Film Polarization Elements and their Nanostructurization via Oriented Carbon Nanotubes Deposition

Chapter VI. Spectral and Mechanical Properties of the Inorganic Materials via CNTS Application

Conclusion

Acknowledgments

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