Abstract

Polaronic light-induced absorption αli(t) is investigated in nominally pure, congruently melting LiNbO3 via ESA spectroscopy. Chemical reduction affects the amplitudes of αli(t), i.e. the number densities of electron and hole polarons, leaving their lifetimes unchanged.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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