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DNA biopolymer conductive cladding for polymer electro-optic waveguide modulators
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A deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)biopolymer has been studied for use as a conductivecladding layer in polymer electro-optic (EO) waveguide modulators due to its low optical loss and high electrical conductivity relative to its inorganic polymer counterparts. Electric field contact poling measurements using a DNAbiopolymercladding layer with an amorphous polycarbonate/chromophore (APC/CLD1) guest-host system core layer have been made and compared to a UV15 cladding layer. Using the EO coefficient of APC/CLD1 with no cladding layer as a baseline, the DNAbiopolymercladding layer yielded relative poling efficiencies of 96% while the UV15 poling efficiencies were only 51%.
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