The Mott-Schottky plots show a good linearity. By extrapolating these straight linesto the potential axis the flat-band potentials were obtained which were quantitatively inagreement with potentials of photocurrent transition in photopolarization curves.
The effects of depositing Pd by potentiostatic pulse method on the surface of single crystal n-si were studied in the area of photocurrent response The change pattern of photo current density by the quantity of deposition was discussed The photo polarization and wavelength response of n-si/Pd electrode and the stability of the electrode in alikali solution were measured
The accurate expressions of the effective nonlinear optical coefficients of biaxial crystals were deduced on the basis of considering the seperating effects of D and E vectors of the fundamental freqencey waves, P and D vectors of the doubling frequncey waves in crystal. The symmentry on the absolute values of the effective nonlinear optical coeffecients was discussed. The phase matching curves and the distribution curves of the effective nonlinear optical coeffecients for TSCCC and dLAP crystals were finally given.
A laboratory prototype of a computer-controlled IR spectropolarimeter based on a tunable CO2 laser and two electro-optical polarization modulators has been designed, constructed, and tested.
Optical polarization of 24Na nuclei in a trap based on photoinduced drift
Nonlinear optical polarization effects in quantum-dot materials
The magnitude of the induced linear or circular birefringence obtained suggest the possibility of using the nonlinear optical polarization effects in these materials to control light with short, high-intensity light pulses.
The optical polarization method is used to study the distribution of tubules in human dentin.