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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2015
Symposium Ceramic Optical Materials
Presentation Title Creation of New Material Science on Optical Ceramics
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Abstract Scope We can clearly see through the 300mm long ceramic because internal loss (0.1%cm) and almost perfect homogeneity guaranteed the optical quality of this ceramic material. Normally ceramic materials include numerous internal voids and grain boundaries. Obviously, if we discuss the optical scattering in the perspective of Mie and Rayleigh’s scattering theory, we will definitely conclude that development of ceramic laser with extremely-low light scattering is impossible due to the existence of numerous numbers of structural defects and grain boundaries in normal ceramics. Even though we are successful with the removal of numerous structural defects except grain boundaries in ceramics, still there are many dislocations at the grain boundaries, which are scattering sources for Rayleigh’s theory. I think that the most important question is how far the conventional theories are applicable to the products of modern science and technology. We may need to question the conventional concepts and seek the truth.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

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Cladded Single Crystal Fibers
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Effects of Varied Heat Treatments on Precipitation of Alumina in Astoichiometric Magnesium Aluminate Spinel
Fabrication of Transparent Magnesium Aluminate Spinel Ceramics using Two Kinds of Spinel Powder with Different Particle Sizes
Fundamental Study in the Processing of Transparent Ceramics
Highly Transparent Polycrystalline YAG Ceramics for Optical Applications
Laser Oscillation of Lu-based Oxide Ceramics by Spark Plasma Sintering
Low Absorption Spinel Windows for High Energy Lasers
NMR Spectroscopy of Paramagnetic Doped Ceramics to Determine Site Occupancy and Distribution
Novel Glass and Glass Ceramic Scintillators for Gamma-ray and Neutron Detection
Polycrystalline Transparent Yttrium Aluminum Garnet for Optical Applications
Praseodymium-doped SiAlON Red Phosphors Prepared by Polymer-derived Method
Processes and Characterizations of Ceramic Optical Fibers
Spark Plasma Sintering of Transparent Ceramics and Unusual Grain Growth
Synthesis and Processing of Transparent Ceramic Scintillators for Nuclear Radiation Detection
The Role of Scattering and Absorption on the Optical Properties of Birefringent Polycrystalline Ceramics: Modeling and Experiments
Transparent Ceramic Scintillators
Transparent Magnesium Aluminate Spinel Prepared via Microfluidization and Aqueous Slip-casting
Transparent Spinel by Microwave Sintering

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