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©2012 Optical Society of America Full Article | PDF Article Different refractive index change behavior in borosilicate glasses induced by 1 k Hz and 250 k Hz femtosecond lasers Geng Lin, Fangfang Luo, Fei He, Qingxi Chen, Danping Chen, Ya Cheng, Long Zhang, Jianrong Qiu, and Quanzhong Zhao D.
Glasses containing metallic nanoparticles are promising materials for technological applications in optics and photonics.
Although several methods are available to generate nanoparticles in glass, only femtosecond lasers allow controlling it three-dimensionally.
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(b) Lateral view of the sample after nanoparticles generation (70 μm of spacing between lines).
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