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Laser Bandwidth-Induced Fluctuations In The Intensity Transmitted By A Fabry-Perot Interferometer, Gerhard Klimeck, Daniel Elliott, M. Hamilton Sep 1991

Laser Bandwidth-Induced Fluctuations In The Intensity Transmitted By A Fabry-Perot Interferometer, Gerhard Klimeck, Daniel Elliott, M. Hamilton

Birck and NCN Publications

We have measured the power spectrum of the intensity Auctuations of light transmitted by a Fabry- Perot interferometer when the input field is the real Gaussian field. The real Gaussian field is a field characterized by real, random (Gaussian) amplitude Auctuations. The bandwidth of the real Gaussian field was varied, taking on values less than that of the interferometer, as well as greater. Comparisons of the measured spectra with calculated spectra are quite satisfactory. Of special interest is a feature in the spectra centered at the laser-interferometer detuning frequency.


Diffraction Studies On Ni-Co And Ni-Cr Alloy Thin Films, A. R. Sethuraman, R. J. De Angelis, P. J. Reucroft Apr 1991

Diffraction Studies On Ni-Co And Ni-Cr Alloy Thin Films, A. R. Sethuraman, R. J. De Angelis, P. J. Reucroft

Faculty Publications from Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience

Alloy films of Ni-Co and Ni-Cr of compositional ratios 1:1, 1:3, and 3:1 deposited by vapor deposition were studied by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and X-Ray Diffraction (XRD). Results of TEM analysis on the Ni-Co alloy films indicated that the films were face-centered cubic (fee) in structure. XRD results confirmed the TEM observations. TEM analysis of Ni-Cr alloy films showed that the films were bodycentered cubic (bec) in structure. With increase in the Cr content more than 25%, the material contained a higher fraction of an amorphous phase. XRD studies provide limited information owing to the quasi-amorphous ...