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姓名 林哲巨(Che-Chu Lin)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 光電科學與工程學系
論文名稱 相位共軛反射鏡用於散射介質中光學聚焦之研究
(The research of focusing light through turbid media by phase conjugate mirror)
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摘要(中) 在本論文中,我們提出小貓式自泵浦相位共軛反射鏡(Kitty-SPPCM)之延伸,對此相位共軛反射鏡作不同工作區域之探討,發現具有高通濾波之特性之自泵浦相位共軛反射鏡,並在實驗中發現一新型自泵浦相位共軛反射鏡,其共軛光產生機制類似橋式自泵浦相位共軛反射鏡,此實驗結果對於Kitty-SPPCM的應用將有更多向性的發展。接著,我們介紹利用Kitty-SPPCM提升數位全像架構之精準度,並嘗試利用數位全像術控制散射光散射行為,以空間光調製器調制讀取光的相位分布,雷射光通過老鼠皮膚組織仍後形成聚焦點。但受限於光學穿透能力仍有其極限,因此我們提出新穎的虛擬物鏡的概念,用以解決光穿透能力的限制,在厚仿生組織內產生聚焦點。最後,我們分別在散射片與老鼠皮膚所模擬的仿生模型中成功產生反向聚焦光。這項實驗的成功為厚生物體中顯微影像技術開啟了一扇窗,提供4pi技術應用於厚生物體之可能性,亦可被應用於厚生物體顯微檢測,以提升二倍頻及螢光訊號之強度。
摘要(英) Base on the Kitty self-pumped phase conjugate mirror (Kitty-SPPCM), a study for the incidence geometry to extend the accepted incidence position is presented and demonstrated in this thesis. When the incidence position is changed, a Kitty-SPPCM with high-pass filtering and a different SPPCM similar to the Bridge-SPPCM can be found. These conjugators extend the accepted incidence position range and angle, and it is helpful to apply the SPPCM in various new applications. The counter-directional Kitty-SPPCM is applied to optimize digital optical phase conjugation (DOPC) system alignment. With the precise DOPC system, the probing light can focus a spot through a mice’s skin. However, there is always a limit in optical penetration depth. A novel method is presented to focus light inside thick bio-tissue by a virtual objective lens, and a four-wave mixing system forming the virtual objective lens is demonstrated in experiment. This research is helpful to the 4-pi, second harmonic generation (SHG) and flourensence microscopy.
關鍵字(中) ★ 光學相位共軛反射鏡
★ 小貓式光學相位共軛反射鏡
★ 數位光學相位共軛反射鏡
★ 抑制散射
★ 反向聚焦
關鍵字(英) ★ Optical phase conjugation
★ Kitty-SPPCM
★ Digital optical phase conjugation
★ Turbidity suppression
★ Inverse focus
論文目次 目錄
摘要 I
Abstract II
致謝 III
目錄 VI
圖目錄 IX
表目錄 XV
第一章 緒論 1
1-1散射原理與發展 1
1-2研究動機 3
1-3論文大綱與安排 4
第二章 全像術與光折變效應 6
2-1傳統全像術之原理 6
2-2光折變效應 9
2-2-1價傳導模型(band conduction model) 10
2-2-2 Kukhtarev能階傳導模式 11
2-2-3兩道平面波干涉造成的光折變效應 14
2-3光折變晶體 15
2-4結論 17
第三章 BaTiO3晶體應用於自泵浦相位共軛鏡之研究 19
3-1 BaTiO3晶體特性 19
3-2雙波混合原理與光扇效應 20
3-3 BaTiO3晶體應用於自泵相位共軛鏡之研究 22
3-4結論 34
第四章 抑制散射之研究 36
4-1利用DOPC抑制散射研究之發展 37
4-2數位光學相位共軛鏡(DOPC)系統之建立 39
4-2-1對向式Kitty-SPPCM應用於DOPC系統對位 40
4-2-2 DOPC相位分布擷取與共軛訊號的產生 42
4-3 DOPC抑制散射光實驗 45
4-4結論 51
第五章 利用光學共軛鏡在厚組織內產生聚焦光 52
5-1虛擬物鏡之概念 52
5-2虛擬物鏡之實驗 56
5-2-1實驗架構選擇與散射材料介紹 56
5-2-2實驗架構 58
5-2-3抗水分子干擾之實驗架構 60
5-3仿生組織中產生虛擬物鏡之實驗 63
5-3-1仿生組織之製作 64
5-3-2實驗方法與結果 65
5-4結論 69
第六章 總結 70
參考文獻 73
中英文名詞對照表 82
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指導教授 孫慶成、陳思妤
(Ching-Cherng Sun、Szu-Yu Chen)
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