Volume 2, Issue 1

Original research papers



Natalia Kamanina

Pages: 58-61

DOI: 10.21175/RadJ.2017.01.012

Received: 25 FEB 2016, Received revised: 15 APR 2016, Accepted: 20 APR 2016, Published online: 20 APR 2017

In the current paper, a unique role of the photorefractive features of the nano- and bio -doped organic systems has been considered as an indicator of the change of dynamic, structural, spectral and conductive characteristics. The paper presents some innovative views about the tendency towards the concurrent role of the bio-object sensitization of the organic matrixes in comparison with the nano-object doping one. The results have been supported both by the experimental four-wave mixing technique data as well as by the qualitative model.
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