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Light-induced Modulation of Ferroelectric Polarization Probed Using Time-Resolved X-ray Scattering

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Time-resolved x-ray diffraction techniques are used to visualize atomic-scale displacements within the unit cell of the nanoscale ferroelectric PbTiO3. A picosecond all-optically-induced polarization modulation is observed, associated with a large-amplitude carrier-induced increase in the polarization.

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