Publication detail

NOVEL DIKETO-PYRROLO-PYRROLES ORGANIC DERIVATIVES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS

OUZZANE, I. WEITER, M. VALA, M.

Original Title

NOVEL DIKETO-PYRROLO-PYRROLES ORGANIC DERIVATIVES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS

English Title

NOVEL DIKETO-PYRROLO-PYRROLES ORGANIC DERIVATIVES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Due to their special optical properties, there is a wide range of possible applications which have been already investigated covering for example latent pigment, charge generating materials for laser printers, information storage systems and solid-state dye lasers or gas detectors. In this contribution, one and two photon absorption and also amplified spontaneous emission measurement technics were conducted for the optical study of these DPP derivatives.

English abstract

Due to their special optical properties, there is a wide range of possible applications which have been already investigated covering for example latent pigment, charge generating materials for laser printers, information storage systems and solid-state dye lasers or gas detectors. In this contribution, one and two photon absorption and also amplified spontaneous emission measurement technics were conducted for the optical study of these DPP derivatives.

Keywords

Amplified spontaneous emission, fluorescence lifetime, quantum yields two photon absorption

Released

17.08.2011

Location

CHL Brno

Pages from

802

Pages to

802

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT90622,
  author="Imad {Ouzzane} and Martin {Weiter} and Martin {Vala}",
  title="NOVEL DIKETO-PYRROLO-PYRROLES ORGANIC DERIVATIVES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS",
  annote="Due to their special optical properties, there is a wide range of possible applications which have been already
investigated covering for example latent pigment, charge generating materials for laser printers, information storage systems and solid-state dye lasers or gas detectors. In this contribution, one and two photon absorption and also amplified spontaneous emission measurement technics were conducted for the optical study of these DPP derivatives.",
  chapter="90622",
  number="10",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  pages="802--802",
  type="abstract"
}