Abstract

We report the observation of intrinsic optical transistor action in a homeotropically aligned nematic liquid-crystal film, resulting from the large nonlinearity associated with the optical Freedericksz transition in the nematic sample. No external feedback is employed.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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