Abstract

We have measured thermal conductivity of Y3AI5O12, GdVO4, and YVO4. It was found that YVO4 has larger thermal conductivity than GdVO4. Nd3+-doping effect in thermal conductivity and thermal expansion ratio have been also discussed.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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