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Optically Generated Electric Fields by Lithium Niobate Nanowires

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We demonstrate that lithium niobate nanowires generate electric fields under 514 nm continuous wave laser illumination. Birefringent media are used to visualize the generated fields in a microfluidic channel. Input laser polarization dependence is shown.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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