Abstract

Permanent grating patterns have been written directly in lead–tin-fluorophosphate glasses by use of UV radiation. The effect of photorefraction is studied in different tin-fluorophosphate compositions. Recorded gratings are found to be volume rather than surface elements. The induced index changes are comparable with those seen in GeO2SiO2 glasses.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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