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Nonlinear Optical Properties of Materials
Editor(s): Howard R. Schlossberg; Raymond V. Wick

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Volume Number: 1148
Date Published: 4 January 1990

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Photorefractive Tungsten Bronze Materials And Applications
Author(s): R. R. Neurgaonkar; W. K. Cory; J. R. Oliver; E. J. Sharp; M. J. Miller; G. L. Wood; W. W. Clark III; A. G. Mott; G. J. Salamo; B. D. Monson
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Photorefractive Properties Of CR-Doped Single Crystal Strontium Barium Niobate
Author(s): Koichi Sayano; Amnon Yariv; Ratnakar R. Neurgaonkar
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Effects Of Applied Voltage On Holographic Storage In SBN:60
Author(s): Joseph E. Ford; Yoshinao Taketomi; Sing H. Lee; Daniel Bize; R. R. Neurgaonkar; Shaya Fainman
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Phase Conjugation In BaTiO3 At 830 Nanometers
Author(s): Ike Bendall; Debra Gookin
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Recording Of Frequency-Difference Holograms In Lithium Niobate
Author(s): S. Fries; J. Otten; K. H. Ringhofer; R. A. Rupp
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Z-Scan: A Simple And Sensitive Technique For Nonlinear Refraction Measurements
Author(s): M. Sheik-bahae; A. A. Said; T. H. Wei; Y. Y. Wu; D. J. Hagan; M. J. Soileau; E. W. Van Stryland
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Photorefractive Properties Of KTa1-xNbxO3 In The Paraelectric Phase
Author(s): Aharon Agranat; Victor Leyva; Koichi Sayano; Amnon Yariv
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Persistent Internal Polarization Characteristics Of Photorefractive Barium Titanate Monocrystal
Author(s): P. K.C. Pillai; James J. Lew; A. Gavrieliedes; C. M. Clayton; A. Corvo
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Theory Of Photorefractive Nonlinear Effects In A Self-Pumped Phase Conjugator
Author(s): Paul Michael Petersen
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Low Temperature Pulsed Plasma Deposition Part 4: The Preparation Of Layered Structures Of Amorphous Chalcogenide Glasses With Non-Linear Optical Properties
Author(s): I. P. Llewellyn; G. Scarsbrook; R. A. Heinecke
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Large, Fast, Free-Electron-Induced Optical Nonlinearities
Author(s): P. A. Wolff; S. Y. Auyang
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On The Magnetic Susceptibility Of The 2D Electroas Of Small-Gap Semiconductors Having Nonlinear Optical Properties
Author(s): K. P. Ghatak; A. Ghoshal; S. N. Biswas
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Quasi-Resonant Optical Nonlinearities And Exciton Dephasing In CdS
Author(s): Mario Dagenais
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Subpicosecond All-Optical Modulation Using The Optical Stark Effect In A Nonlinear Directional Coupler
Author(s): J. P. Sokoloff; P. A. Harten; R. Jin; C. L. Chuang; M. Warren; H. M. Gibbs; S. G. Lee; N. Peyghambarian
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Exciton Ionization Of InGaAs Quantum Wells
Author(s): I. Bar-Joseph; M. Wegener; T. Y. Chang; D. S. Chemla
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Photorefractive Effects In Semiconductors For Deep Level Spectroscopy
Author(s): George C. Valley
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Charge Transport Enhanced Optical Nonlinearities In Semiconductors
Author(s): Alan Kost; Elsa Garmire; Tom Hasenberg
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Excitonic Effects In Lattice-Matched And Strained Quantum Wells And Their Application To Optical Devices
Author(s): Pallab Bhattacharya
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Saturation Of Nonlinearities And Waveguide Device Implications
Author(s): G. Assanto; J. P. Sabini; N. Finlayson; G. I. Stegeman; S. Trillo; S. Wabnitz
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A Theory For Efficient Second Harmonic Generation And The Formation Of Hill Gratings In Germanosilicate Fibers
Author(s): Nabil M. Lawandy
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Efficient Second-Harmonic Generation In Glass Fibers: The Possible Role Of Photo-Induced Charge Redistributiont
Author(s): Dana Z. Anderson
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Frequency-Doubling Via Quadrupole And Dipole-Interface Interactions In Optical Glass Fibres
Author(s): Wanda M. Henry; Ulf Osterberg
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Crystal Cored Fiber Using Organic Material And Focusing Properties Of Generated Second�Harmonic Wave
Author(s): T. Uemiya; N. Uenishi; Y. Shimizu; S. Okamoto; K. Chikuma; T. Tohma; S. Umegaki
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Quasi-Phase-Matched Interactions In Lithium Niobate
Author(s): M. M. Fejer; G. A. Magel; E. J. Lim
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