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Optical inhomogeneity induced in glasses by electrostriction and thermal action of laser radiation

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Physics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Lithuanian SSR, Vilnius. Translated from Primenenie Lazerov v Atomnoi, Molekulyarnoi i Yadernoi Fizike-Trudy II Vsesoyuznoi Shkoly, pp. 214–227, 1981.

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Maldutis, É.K. Optical inhomogeneity induced in glasses by electrostriction and thermal action of laser radiation. J Russ Laser Res 6, 426–435 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01120409

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Keywords

  • Radiation
  • Laser Radiation
  • Thermal Action
  • Optical Inhomogeneity