The well known self-transparency effect, originated from the nonlinear optical behavior of a scattering sample, has been observed for a solid polymeric blend (PMMA-EVA) at a low intensity threshold (25 W cm-2), using a Ar+ laser cw radiation. An interpretation of the experimental results in terms of a nonlinearity of thermal origin is given, using the theory of nonlinear scattering in heteroheneous media. Use of this polymeric blend as a nonlinear material is suggested. © 1994.

Nonlinear scattering in a polymeric blend

Russo P.
1994

Abstract

The well known self-transparency effect, originated from the nonlinear optical behavior of a scattering sample, has been observed for a solid polymeric blend (PMMA-EVA) at a low intensity threshold (25 W cm-2), using a Ar+ laser cw radiation. An interpretation of the experimental results in terms of a nonlinearity of thermal origin is given, using the theory of nonlinear scattering in heteroheneous media. Use of this polymeric blend as a nonlinear material is suggested. © 1994.
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