Optical back-action on the photothermal relaxation rate
Photothermal effects can alter the response of an optical cavity, for example, by inducing self-locking behavior or unstable anomalies. The consequences of these effects are often regarded as parasitic and generally cause limited operational performance of the cavity. Despite their importance, however, photothermal parameters are usually hard to characterize precisely. In this work, we use an optical cavity strongly coupled to photothermal effects to experimentally observe an optical...[Show more]
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