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Mode conversion in optical second harmonic generation: theory and experiment

Mode conversion in optical second harmonic generation: theory and experiment
Mode conversion in optical second harmonic generation: theory and experiment
Kingston and McWhorter's theory of mode conversion in second harmonic generation with a thin crystal [1] has been extended to include all positions of the crystal relative to the focus of the fundamental beam. Phase differences between the harmonic modes are predicted which depend upon the crystal position. Experiments to test these predictions have been performed with a 1.15µm helium-neon laser and non-critical phase-matching in lithium niobate. Results are presented for a number of fundamental modes.
0306-8919
90-97
Bhawalkar, D.D.
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Colles, M.J.
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Smith, R.C.
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Bhawalkar, D.D.
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Colles, M.J.
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Smith, R.C.
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Bhawalkar, D.D., Colles, M.J. and Smith, R.C. (1970) Mode conversion in optical second harmonic generation: theory and experiment. Opto-Electronics, 2 (2), 90-97. (doi:10.1007/BF01419158).

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Kingston and McWhorter's theory of mode conversion in second harmonic generation with a thin crystal [1] has been extended to include all positions of the crystal relative to the focus of the fundamental beam. Phase differences between the harmonic modes are predicted which depend upon the crystal position. Experiments to test these predictions have been performed with a 1.15µm helium-neon laser and non-critical phase-matching in lithium niobate. Results are presented for a number of fundamental modes.

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Published date: May 1970

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/399456
ISSN: 0306-8919
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Author: D.D. Bhawalkar
Author: M.J. Colles
Author: R.C. Smith

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