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It is employed in the manufacture of optical waveguides and surface acoustic wave devices, Lithium niobate (CAS NO.12031-63-9) is used extensively in the telecoms market, e.g. in mobile telephones and optical modulators. It can also find its uses in laser frequency doubling, nonlinear optics, Pockels cells, optical parametric oscillators, Q-switching devices for lasers, other acousto-optic devices, optical switches for gigahertz frequencies.
Jun Deng.; Sajid Hussain.; Vanga Sudheer Kumar.; Wei Jia.; Ching Eng Png.; Lim Soon Thor.; Andrew A Bettiol.; Aaron J Danner. Modeling and experimental investigations of Fano resonances in free-standing LiNbO3 photonic crystal slabs.Opt Express.,
C Szpirer.; M Riviere.; R Cortese.; T Nakamura.; M Q Islam.; G Levan.; J Szpirer.; Claude Szpirer.; Michele Riviere.; Riccardo Cortese.; Toshikazu Nakamura.; M.Quamrul Islam.; Göran Levan.; Josiane Szpirer. Spontaneous emission and nonlinear response enhancement by silver nanoparticles in a Nd³?-doped periodically poled LiNbO? laser crystal.Adv Mater.,2013,25(6), 910-794 .
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