Abstract

Using the self-consistent field multiple-scattering method, we calculate and discuss the 3d energy levels, which are potentially photorefractively active for substitutional iron, chromium, and manganese ions in BaTiO3 relative to the valence band edge. Moreover, we examine the almost intrinsic defect formed by an oxygen vacancy associated with titanium.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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