As the first step in realizing the simple and nondestructive measurement of shear waves in the GHz range, a technique involving Brillouin scattering and a ZnO shear wave transducer is proposed. Making use of transmitted shear waves, we have succeeded in observing a strong Stokes Brillouin peak in the quartz sample. This technique can be applied to the measurement of anisotropic layers and small samples.
|Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers
|Published - 2007 7月 26
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