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Epitaxial PbTiO3 thin films grown on (100) MgO by pulsed-laser deposition for optical waveguiding properties

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Roemer, A. ; LSMCL, IPC, Université de Metz, 1 bd Arago, Technopôle 2000, 57078 Metz cedex 3, France ; Millon, E. ; Vincent, B. ; Boudrioua, A.
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Perovskite single phased PbTiO3 thin films have been grown by pulsed-laser deposition on (100) MgO single crystals in order to prepare high quality optical waveguides. The substrate temperature and the oxygen pressure during the deposition have been optimized to improve crystalline quality and to grow epitaxial thin films. The films display two main axis orientations according to the MgO (100) basal plane. The waveguiding properties and the optical losses characterized by using m-lines spectroscopy and charge-coupled device camera measurement, respectively, are correlated to the structural properties of the films. Such textured and epitaxied films display very good optical properties, as the optical losses are found to be lower than 1 dB cm-1. © 2004 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:95 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 2004

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