Highly Dy2O3 and Er2O3 doped boron-aluminosilicate glasses for magneto-optical devices operating at 2 µm
AffiliationJames C. Wyant College of Optical Sciences, The University of Arizona
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CitationDubrovin, V. D., Zhu, X., Mollaee, M., Zong, J., & Peyghambarian, N. (2021). Highly Dy2O3 and Er2O3 doped boron-aluminosilicate glasses for magneto-optical devices operating at 2 µm. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 569.
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AbstractMagneto-optical glass materials with large Verdet constants at 2 μm have attracted increasing attention due to the significant advances of novel lasers operating at this wavelength region. In this paper, 13Al2O3-21B2O3-35.4SiO2-(30.6-X)Er2O3-XDy2O3 glasses have been synthesized, and their physical, optical, and magneto-optical properties were studied for making Faraday devices at 2 μm. A Verdet constant of as high as −5.9 rad/(T*m) at 1950 nm was measured with a 13Al2O3-21B2O3-35.4SiO2-30.6Dy2O3 glass. The temperature difference between crystallization and glass transition of 150 °C and the synthesis temperature of below 1500 °С make this glass very promising for making magneto-optical devices for 2 μm applications.
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