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Silver-doped nanocomposite glass as a base material for fine metallodielectric microstructuring. / Abdolvand, Amin; Podlipensky, Alexander; Matthias, Sven; Syrowatka, Frank; Seifert, Gerhard; Graener, Heinrich.

Nanophotonics: proceedings of SPIE 6195. ed. / D.L. Andrews; J.M. Nunzi; A. Ostendorf. Bellingham : SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering, 2006. p. 61950V (SPIE Proceedings).

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Abdolvand, A, Podlipensky, A, Matthias, S, Syrowatka, F, Seifert, G & Graener, H 2006, 'Silver-doped nanocomposite glass as a base material for fine metallodielectric microstructuring'. in DL Andrews, JM Nunzi & A Ostendorf (eds), Nanophotonics: proceedings of SPIE 6195. SPIE Proceedings, vol. 6195, SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham, pp. 61950V, SPIE Photonics Europe: Nanophotonics, Strasbourg, France, 3-7 April.

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Abdolvand, A., Podlipensky, A., Matthias, S., Syrowatka, F., Seifert, G., & Graener, H. (2006). Silver-doped nanocomposite glass as a base material for fine metallodielectric microstructuring. In Andrews, D. L., Nunzi, J. M., & Ostendorf, A. (Eds.), Nanophotonics. (pp. 61950V). (SPIE Proceedings). Bellingham: SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering. doi: 10.1117/12.661929

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Abdolvand A, Podlipensky A, Matthias S, Syrowatka F, Seifert G, Graener H. Silver-doped nanocomposite glass as a base material for fine metallodielectric microstructuring. In Andrews DL, Nunzi JM, Ostendorf A, editors, Nanophotonics: proceedings of SPIE 6195. Bellingham: SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering. 2006. p. 61950V. (SPIE Proceedings).

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Abdolvand, Amin; Podlipensky, Alexander; Matthias, Sven; Syrowatka, Frank; Seifert, Gerhard; Graener, Heinrich / Silver-doped nanocomposite glass as a base material for fine metallodielectric microstructuring.

Nanophotonics: proceedings of SPIE 6195. ed. / D.L. Andrews; J.M. Nunzi; A. Ostendorf. Bellingham : SPIE-International Society for Optical Engineering, 2006. p. 61950V (SPIE Proceedings).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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N2 - <p>A simple technique to prepare large-area, regular microstructures in glass containing silver nanoparticles is presented. Here the modification of spatial distribution of the nanoparticles is achieved using a direct current (DC) electric field at moderately elevated temperatures. The technique exploits the recently reported effect of "electric field-assisted dissolution" (EFAD) of silver nanoparticles during which the silver nanoparticles embedded in a glass matrix can be destroyed and dissolved in the glass in form of Ag+ ions by a combination of an intense DC electric field (similar to 1kV) and moderately elevated temperature (similar to 280 degrees C). This process can lead to a total transparency of the nanocomposite glasses, which to our knowledge can not be achieved via any other technique.</p><p>In this work, the possibility to produce orderly-oriented array of embedded, 2-D, micron size optical structures in silverdoped nanocomposite glass is demonstrated. This could lead to an easy way for production of many useful optical devices based on the composite materials.</p>

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