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[en] A significant laser-induced piezooptical response in novel CdCl0.5J 0.5 nanolayers is obtained under the influence of laser illumination. The maximal piezo-optic response is observed for off-diagonal piezooptical tensor components. The layered structure allowed to obtain the thin specimens of thickness up to 1 nm with mirror-like surfaces. The observed studies show huge dependence of the piezooptics on the nanolayer thickness and the photoinduced beam power density. The effect is completely reversible. This fact allows proposing a new type of nanomaterials, which have significant benefits with respect to the other types of piezooptical materials (i.e. a possibility to use them in the laser operated devices). (paper)
[en] Studies of two-beam coherent induced optical anisotropy has been performed for the cadmium sulphide nanocrystallites (NC) embedded within the different polymer matrices. The NC were fabricated by the modified electrolytical method and have been embedded into different polymer matrices: PC, PMMA, PVA. The phototreatement was performed by two space split coherent beams generated by 120 fs laser with pulse energy 23 nJ. The phototreatment has been durated several minutes until the clear diffraction grating has been observed. The monitoring of the laser induced gratings and of the anisotropy was performed using the cw 1150 nm continuous wave He–Ne laser with power about 30 mW. Varying the polarization of the laser coherent femtosecond beams we have found that the optimal gratings has been achieved for 45° polarizations between the beams. The control of the maximal laser induced gratings has been done using optically polarized method. The effect is not completely reversible and there remain some changes after switching off of the phototreatment. The anisotropy has been monitored by Senarmont method. The role of different polymers on the output photo stimulated birefringence was explored. This method may be promising for the design and engineering of optical triggers in the femtosecond laser pulse duration.