Journal article

Transition and self-healing process between chaotic and self-organized patterns observed during femtosecond laser writing

We report evidence of intermittent behavior between chaotic and self-organized patterns while writing lines with a femtosecond lasers on the surface of a fused silica substrate. The patterns are accompanied by resolidified sub-microspheres and non-aligned grating lamellae. We observe that such dynamic behavior exhibits a striking similarity with the fluctuating content of a queuing system which alternate between random busy and idle periods.


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