Belyanin, A.F. and Kleshchcva, S.M. and Kudryavtseva, A.D. and Samoilovitch, Ð.I. and Tcherniega, N.V. (2010) Opal Matrices as Metamaterial: Optic Acoustic Effects in Lattice Packings. Journal of NANO and MICROSYSTEM TECHNIQUE (5).
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Experimental results of the investigations of the photon-phonon interaction in orderly packed silica dioxide (opal matrices) and nanocomposites on their base are presented. Effective conversion of laser light into acoustic vi-brations of nanospheres, composing matrix, is shown to exist in such structures. Frequency shifts of the scattered light components are shown to correspond to the nanospheres vibrations eigenvalues. Stimulated scatterings of light generation in opal matrices dependence on the band-gap position is investigated. Keywords: opal matrices, nanocomposites, acoustic effects
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|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
|Deposited On:||08 Dec 2010 23:40|
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