Production of thin films by means of pulsed laser deposition
Keywords:PLD, Laser ablation
Pulsed laser deposition is a recently developed technique with a large potential in producing materials of technological interest that are not easily produced by more conventional techniques, such as complex oxides or hard ceramics. We will first review the special features of this technique to then show current results of our own research in producing optically doped waveguides either with rare-earth ions or metal nanoparticles.
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