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|Title:||Effect of polarization on laser-induced surface-temperature rise|
|Authors:||Lu, Y.F. |
|Source:||Lu, Y.F., Loh, T.E., Teo, B.S., Low, T.S. (1994-04). Effect of polarization on laser-induced surface-temperature rise. Applied Physics A Solids and Surfaces 58 (4) : 423-429. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00323620|
|Abstract:||A model was developed to investigate the effect of polarization on laser-induced surface-temperature rise in absorbing materials. GaAs is taken as a substrate material in this study. The polarization was found to significantly affect the laser-induced temperature rise on the substrate surface. This is due to the different surface absorption for the beams with different polarization directions. The laser beam with p polarization can induce higher temperature rise than that with s polarization. If the substrate has a high imaginary value in the complex refractive index, the peak laser-induced surface temperature falls concurrently. A similar effect of polarization to the laser-induced surface temperature rise can be expected to all other absorbing materials. © 1994 Springer-Verlag.|
|Source Title:||Applied Physics A Solids and Surfaces|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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