NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND OPTICAL POWER LIMITING OF POLY (3HT- Co - Th) - PMMA POLYMER BLEND FILMS

  • Imad Al-Deen Hussein Ali Al-Saidi College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah
  • Hussein Falih Hussein Department of Physics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
  • Numan Sleem Hashim Department of Physics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Keywords: Copolymer, Polymer Blend Films, Nonlinear Optical Properties, Optical Power Limiting, Z - Scan Technique

Abstract

Poly (3 - Hexylthiophene - Co - Thiophene) copolymer was prepared by using the addition polymerization method. The Nonlinear optical properties and the behavior of the optical power limiting of the prepared polymer blend poly (3HT- Co - Th) - PMMA films were studied by using the z - scan technique for different weight ratios of the copolymer poly (3HT- Co - Th). In the present work, a continuous wave (CW) diode - pumped solid - state laser (DPSSL) of wavelengths 532 nm was used for the irradiation of the prepared film samples. The nonlinear optical parameters such as, the nonlinear refractive index (n2), the nonlinear absorption coefficient (β), and the      third - order - nonlinear optical susceptibility (χ (3)) of the polymer blend poly (3HT- Co - Th) - PMMA films were determined for different weight ratios of the copolymer poly (3HT- Co - Th). It is observed that the polymer blend poly (3HT - Co - Th) - PMMA films exhibit saturable absorption (SA) and self - defocusing effects, and this gives an indication that both, the nonlinear refractive index (n2) and the nonlinear absorption coefficient (β), have negative values. The obtained results indicate that the prepared polymer blend poly (3HT - Co - Th) - PMMA films are promising materials and can be considered as suitable materials for different optical and electronic applications.

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Published
2021-01-08
How to Cite
Al-Saidi, I. A.-D. H. A., Hussein, H. F., & Hashim, N. S. (2021). NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND OPTICAL POWER LIMITING OF POLY (3HT- Co - Th) - PMMA POLYMER BLEND FILMS. International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies, 5(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijoest.v5.i1.2021.142