Nanodiamond in tellurite glass Part I: origin of loss in nanodiamond-doped glass

Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H, Ruan, Y, Ji, H, Greentree, A, Gibson, B and Monro, T 2014, 'Nanodiamond in tellurite glass Part I: origin of loss in nanodiamond-doped glass', Optical Materials Express, vol. 4, no. 12, pp. 2608-2620.


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Title Nanodiamond in tellurite glass Part I: origin of loss in nanodiamond-doped glass
Author(s) Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H
Ruan, Y
Ji, H
Greentree, A
Gibson, B
Monro, T
Year 2014
Journal name Optical Materials Express
Volume number 4
Issue number 12
Start page 2608
End page 2620
Total pages 13
Publisher Optical Society of America
Abstract Tellurite glass fibers with embedded nanodiamond are attractive materials for quantum photonic applications. Reducing the loss of these fibers in the 600-800 nm wavelength range of nanodiamond fluorescence is essential to exploit the unique properties of nanodiamond in the new hybrid material. In the first part of this study, we report the effect of interaction of the tellurite glass melt with the embedded nanodiamond on the loss of the glasses. The glass fabrication conditions such as melting temperature and concentration of NDs added to the melt were found to have critical influence on the interaction. Based on this understanding, we identified promising fabrication conditions for decreasing the loss to levels required for practical applications.
Subject Classical and Physical Optics
Condensed Matter Physics not elsewhere classified
Glass
DOI - identifier 10.1364/OME.4.002608
Copyright notice (C) 2014 OSA
ISSN 2159-3930
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