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Electrically stimulated light-induced second-harmonic generation in glass: evidence of coherent photoconductivity

Electrically stimulated light-induced second-harmonic generation in glass: evidence of coherent photoconductivity
Electrically stimulated light-induced second-harmonic generation in glass: evidence of coherent photoconductivity
A strong electrostatic field applied to glass is spatially modulated by intense light at frequencies omega and 2omega. The phenomenon is explained in terms of photoconductivity being dependent on the relative phase of the light fields at different frequencies
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Pruneri, V.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Pruneri, V.
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Kazansky, P.G. and Pruneri, V. (1997) Electrically stimulated light-induced second-harmonic generation in glass: evidence of coherent photoconductivity. Physical Review Letters, 78 (15), 2956-2959.

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A strong electrostatic field applied to glass is spatially modulated by intense light at frequencies omega and 2omega. The phenomenon is explained in terms of photoconductivity being dependent on the relative phase of the light fields at different frequencies

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Published date: April 1997

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Local EPrints ID: 78028
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78028
ISSN: 0031-9007
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