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  • The encoded regions become optically active due to the Pockels effect.
  • These are the Pockels effect and Kerr effect, respectively.
  • These are the Pockels effect and Kerr effects, respectively.
  • Whether or not the material will exhibit Pockels effect depends on its symmetry.
  • Where the relationship is linear, the effect is known as the Pockels effect.
  • Longitudinal Pockels cells need transparent or ring electrodes.
  • This phenomenon is now called the Pockels effect.
  • This is in contrast to Pockels cells, which can operate at much lower voltages.
  • As a child, Pockels was interested in science, and would have liked to study physics.
  • It typically contains one or two Pockels cells, and possibly additional optical elements such as polarizers.
  • When this process is complete, a Pockels cell " switches " the light out of the cavity.
  • In media that lack inversion symmetry, the Kerr effect is generally masked by the much stronger Pockels effect.
  • A German woman and independent scientist, Agnes Pockels, wrote to Lord Rayleigh shortly after his publication in 1890.
  • With the help of her kitchen sink, Agnes Pockels showed that area of films can be controlled with barriers.
  • It was only through her younger brother, Friedrich Carl Alwin Pockels, that she gained access to scientific literature.
  • The Kerr effect is still present, however, and in many cases can be detected independently of Pockels effect contributions.
  • Pulse trapping and dumping is done using a polarizer and a Pockels cell, which acts like a quarter wave-plate.
  • For a Pockels cell, it is usually hundreds or even thousands of volts, so that a high-voltage amplifier is required.
  • A Pockels cell can thus be seen as a voltage-controlled waveplate, and it can be used for modulating the polarization state.
  • Instead of using relatively slow-moving mechanical shutter curtains, electro-optic devices such as Pockels cells can be employed as shutters.
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