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Investigation of the photorefractive behavior of chrome-doped GaAs by using two-beam coupling

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Abstract

We report experimental results on the photorefractive properties of chrome-doped GaAs. Grating-formation time and the behavior of the two-beam-coupling gain as a function of intensity, grating spacing, and applied voltage have been investigated. Gains as high as 0.9 cm−1 have been observed with 6-kV voltage applied.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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