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Asymmetric orientational femtosecond laser writing detected in several properties in various glasses

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Asymmetric orientational writing is demonstrated clearly in various silica-based glasses. It occurs for a domain of laser parameters and is likely connected to a memory effect coupled to an asymmetry of the beam.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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