Pockels

Some articles on pockels:

Friedrich Carl Alwin Pockels
... Friedrich Carl Alwin Pockels (1865–1913) was a German physicist ... He was born in Italy to Captain Theodore Pockels and Alwine Becker ... This phenomenon is now called the Pockels effect ...
Agnes Pockels - Biography
... younger brother Friedrich Carl Alwin Pockels, who then studied at the famous University of Göttingen, that she gained access to scientific literature ... To measure the tension she developed the Pockels trough, precursor to the Langmuir scale, and published the first stearine acid ... Charles Tanford devoted one chapter to Agnes Pockels in one of his books, as shown in the reference list ...
Kerr Effect - Kerr Electro-optic Effect
... This is in contrast to Pockels cells, which can operate at much lower voltages ... inversion symmetry, the Kerr effect is generally masked by the much stronger Pockels effect ... is still present, however, and in many cases can be detected independently of Pockels effect contributions ...
Langmuir–Blodgett Film - Historical Background
... With the help of her kitchen sink, Agnes Pockels showed that area of films can be controlled with barriers ... This work was originally written as a letter to Lord Rayleigh who then helped Agnes Pockels become published in the journal, Nature, in 1891 ... Agnes Pockels’ work set the stage for Irving Langmuir who continued to work and confirmed Pockels’ results ...
Ekspla - Products - Opto-electronic Components
... The following opto-electronic components are produced Pockels cells ... The material for Pockels cells are BBO and KD*P nonlinear crystals ... Pockels cells are used in DPSS Q-switching lasers and are the basic components of electro-optic modulators ...