SINGLE CRYSTAL PEROVSKITES AS ELECTROOPTICALLY ACTIVE MATERIALS
Quarterly progress rept. no. 3, 1 Jan-1 Apr 1967
UNION CARBIDE CORP INDIANAPOLIS IN ELECTRONICS DIV
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The Czochralski growth of KTN was continued in order to determine reproducibility. In addition, a new growth technique was tested. Thirteen perovskite compounds were selected from the computer output data for melt studies on the strip heater. Twelve of the best KTN crystals were fabricated, etched, and tested for electrooptic properties one crystal was operated as a switch for a NdYAG laser.