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Scanning nonlinear absorption in lithium niobate over the time regime of small polaron formation

Since the 90’s the z-scan method is a standard procedure for the characterization of nonlinear material properties....

Optical side scattering radiometry for high resolution, wide dynamic range longitudinal assessment of optical fibers

An old technique has been adapted to achieve unprecedented dynamic range and spatial resolution in measuring...

Large-area fabrication of TiN nanoantenna arrays for refractory plasmonics in the mid-infrared by femtosecond direct laser writing and interference lithography [Invited]

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