Multiphoton Processes in Organic Materials and their Application
Auteur : Ileana RAU , Françoiq KAJZAR
Editeur : Archives ContemporainesDate parution : 04/2012
Multilingue : | Anglais |
The book contains original contributions from leading international scientists working in the field of multiphoton absorptions and excitations and their practical applications.
From the first theoretical prediction of the phenomena at the beginning of the nineteen thirties through the first practical demonstration seen some thirty years later, the topic has today evolved into a large branch of nonlinear optics.
The different chapters of the book treat this large research field comprehensively: from basic phenomena and their description, material design, synthesis, elaboration and optimisation, through experimental characterization techniques to practical applications such as optical power limiting, nano and microstructuration and photodynamic therapy. Although the contributions address almost exclusively organic materials, currently the group know to have the largest multiphoton transition cross sections whose properties can be tailored for targeted applications, the described characterization techniques as well as applications are universal and can be done with other materials.
The book is addressed not only to the researchers active in the field but also to graduate students, newcomers and development engineers interested in practical application of multiphoton induced effects.
Ileana Rau graduated in 1994 from the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania. She has obtained her PhD degree in 2002 at the same university.
She has spent several years as post-doc, first at French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) laboratory in Saclay and then at Angers University, where she received the Habilitation Degree (HDR, habilitation pour diriger les recherches). Currently Ileana Rau is Professorat University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania.
Ileana Rau has made significant contributions to the development of optical materials science and to the understanding of linear and nonlinear optical properties of organic materials and their application in photonics and biophotonics. She made also important contribution in popularizing nonlinear optics and material science through organization of international conferences, workshops and editorial services.
Ileana Rau is fellow of SPIE and member of SPIE Women in Optics circle. Francois Kajzar graduated from Jagellonian University, Krakow, Poland in 1965 and has got PhD degree at the same university in 1970. He is considered as one of the pioneers of organic nonlinear optics, contributing to its development through original experimental techniques, material development, nonlinearlight propagation description and new fields openings.
F. Kajzar contnbuted also significantly towards the popularization of photonics by organizing international conferences, workshops and schools as well as editorial services. He is Laureate of European Descartes Prize, recipient of Rockard Prize and Eminent Scientist of Riken (Japan). Most of his scientific career is with French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), where he was working as Research Director.
After retirement from CEA he became professorat Angers University (France) and at Politehnica University of Bucharest (Romania).
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SommaireTABLE OF CONTENTS
Nonlinear spectroscopy in organic media
Ileana Rau and Francois Kajzar 3
Nonlinear optical processes 7
Nonlinear spectroscopy 14
Measurement and computational techniques and the structure-property relationship of two-photon absorption of molecular systems
Kenji Kamada* and Koji Ohta 79
Theoretical background 81
Measurement of two-photon absorption by the Z-scan method 86
Theoretical calculation of TPA 96
Structure-property relationship of TPA 102
Concluding remarks 118
Characterization of two-photon cross-section spectra
Wang and P.L. Baldeck 123
Two-photon excited fluorescence methods 124
Others methods 145
Design and Applications of Organic Two-Photon Absorbing Chromophores
Prém Prabhakaran and Kwang-Sup Lee* 203
Design of Efficient TPA Chromophores 217
Applications ofTwo-Photon Oyes 241
Multiphotonic absorption for optical power limiting
Bouit, O. Maury, P. Feneyrou, S. Parola, F. Kajzar and C. Andraud 275
General NLO processes for optical power Iimiting 276
Two-photon organic or organo-metallic absorbers for opticallimiting 288
Solid state materials for OPL applications 314
Two-photon absorption spectra and dispersion of the complex cubic hyperpolarizability r in organic and organometallic chromophores
Marek Samoc, Anna Samoc, Gulliver T. Dalton,
Marie P. Cifuentes, Mark G. Humphrey and Paul A. Fleitz 335
Determination of the comp1ex cubic hyperpolarizability from z-scan 337
Examples of dispersion of the cubic hyperpolarizability 340
Targeted two-photon photodynamic therapy in the treatment of cancer
Charles W. Spangler, Jean R. Starkey, Aleksander Rebane,
Michall Drobizhev, Fanqing Meng and Aijun Gong 351
Clinical advantages ofpdt and current problems 352
The case for targeted pdt ensembles incorporating an imaging component 353
The rationale for porphyrins for two-photon pdt 356
Synthesis ofporphyrins incorporating targeting
and imaging components for 2-photon pdt.. 358
Design criteria for organic molecules with enhanced intrinsic tpa properties 359
Bioluminescent human breast cancer celllines
for tumor imaging before and after two-photon pdt treatment 367
Design of breast cancer phantoms and two-photon depth efficacy studies 368
Two-photon pdt treatment ofmouse models
bearing mda-mb-231 bioluminescent tumors 370
Two-photon pdt treatment of scie and nscle lung tumor xenografts
by irradiation through the body ofthe host mouse 372
Cel.l culture and xenograft induction 373
Regression response of scie and nsclc tumors to pdt treatment 375
Future directions, or whither 2-photon pdt? 377