Self-controlled formation of microlenses by optical breakdown inside wide-band-gap materials

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  1. National Research Council of Canada. NRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences
  2. National Research Council of Canada
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SubjectCorundum; Electromagnetic pulse; Gallium alloys; Lenses; Mica; Microlenses; Optical instruments; Optical properties; Refractive index; Semiconductor materials; Silica; Silicate minerals; Silicon compounds; Ultrashort pulses; Common features; Defocusing; Focused femtosecond pulses; Lens formations; Linear absorptions; Linearly polarized lights; Material modifications; Nano cracks; Optical breakdowns; Subwavelength periodic structures; Transparent materials; Fused silica
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