Polariton waves in capillary fibers doped with rare-earth ions

Authors: Burdanova M.G., Gorelik V.S. Published: 24.12.2015
Published in issue: #6(63)/2015  
DOI: 10.18698/1812-3368-2015-6-46-51

Category: Physics  
Keywords: secondary radiation, photoluminescence spectrum, luminescence, polaritons, resonance, capillary, fiber, laser

The paper considers a new type of fibers constituting capillaries with a large aperture and controlled parameters. It describes some experimental patterns for injecting aqua solutions of rare-earth elements, potentially productive for laser generation, into capillary fibers. Necessary requirements for generating laser radiation in capillary fibers containing rare-earth ions are determined.


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