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Electrogyration effect in crystalline quartz

Electrogyration effect in crystalline quartz

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A linear electrogyration effect has been identified in α-quartz. The effect comprises an electric-field dependence of the optical activity, causing rotation of the polarisation direction of propagating light by application of a transverse electric field. The effect has potential usefulness in high-voltage measurement and in optical modulators.

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