Abstract

Optical and radiophysical studies on a gradient-activated lithium niobate crystal with a double concentration profile of chromium (a smooth change in concentration from 0.036 at.% to 0.035 at.%) and magnesium (a change in the concentration from 7 at.% to 3 at.%) were performed with the aim of determining the defect structure and the radiation resistance of the test sample.

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