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Optimum second-harmonic generation in lithium niobate

Optimum second-harmonic generation in lithium niobate
Optimum second-harmonic generation in lithium niobate
An experimental study of noncritically phase-matched (θm = 90°) second-harmonic generation is described, in which the theoretical predictions of Boyd and Kleinman with regard to strength of focusing and effect of mismatch are closely verified. Radiation at 1.084µm from a He-Ne laser was employed to generate light at 542nm in LiNbO3.
0018-9197
203-205
McGeoch, Malcolm W.
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Smith, Robert C.
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McGeoch, Malcolm W.
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Smith, Robert C.
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McGeoch, Malcolm W. and Smith, Robert C. (1970) Optimum second-harmonic generation in lithium niobate. IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 6 (4), 203-205. (doi:10.1109/JQE.1970.1076444).

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An experimental study of noncritically phase-matched (θm = 90°) second-harmonic generation is described, in which the theoretical predictions of Boyd and Kleinman with regard to strength of focusing and effect of mismatch are closely verified. Radiation at 1.084µm from a He-Ne laser was employed to generate light at 542nm in LiNbO3.

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Published date: April 1970

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Local EPrints ID: 399453
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/399453
ISSN: 0018-9197
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Author: Malcolm W. McGeoch
Author: Robert C. Smith

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