Light induced metallization in laser-deposited galliun films
Light-induced metallization was studied in laser-deposited gallium films. It was found that mirrors prepared upon silica glass by ultrafast pulsed laser deposition of elemental gallium shows a highly reproducible and fully reversible light-induced reflectivity increase. The effect was explained as being due to nonthermal light-induced metallization of gallium at the interface.
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