Resolved discrepancies between visible spontaneous Raman cross-section and direct near-infrared Raman gain measurements in TeO2-based glasses
Abbreviated Journal Title
OXIDE GLASSES; TELLURITE GLASSES; REFRACTIVE-INDEX; OPTICAL-FIBERS; METAL OXIDES; SCATTERING; COEFFICIENTS; INTENSITIES; SPECTRA; SILICA; Optics
Disagreements on the Raman gain response of different tellurite-based glasses, measured at different wavelengths, have been recently reported in the literature. In order to resolve this controversy, a multi-wavelength Raman cross-section experiment was conducted on two different TeO2-based glass samples. The estimated Raman gain response of the material shows good agreement with the directly-measured Raman gain data at 1064 nm, after correction for the dispersion and wavelength-dependence of the Raman gain process. (C) 2005 Optical Society of America.
"Resolved discrepancies between visible spontaneous Raman cross-section and direct near-infrared Raman gain measurements in TeO2-based glasses" (2005). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5597.