quantized structuring of transparent films with femtosecond laser interference - transparent holographic film
Tight optical focusing and limitation of laser interaction inside the short-Auxiliary transparent material
The nonlinear interaction of pulses drives many high
Resolution Mapping and detection applications in science and technology.
In thin transparent films, laser interactions limited to the film/substrate interface support the foaming and spraying processes of nanofluid channel manufacturing, film mapping, and cell emission.
Here, we use a femtosecond laser to drive the nonlinear interaction in the Fabry-Perot interference stripes to define a narrow scale area of nanoslength, the refractive index film for high resolution, nfilm at the maximum value of the stripe separated by λ/2 nfilm.
This new interaction cuts the film internally to open the internal cavity of the subwavelength and forms the film at a single or multiple depths, this provides important for writing multi-stage nanofluid channels inside the film as well as spraying the nanodisc at the depth of the quantified film for coloring and three-
Offer New Compact type lab size surface patternin-film devices.