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by Herbert Rabin,C. L. Tang
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Quantum Electronics: A Treatise, Volume I: Nonlinear Optics, Part B is a three-chapter volume that covers several important applications of nonlinear optics, specifically those concerned with the generation of coherent light at new frequencies. The opening chapter discusses the most fundamental problems in the dispersion properties of second optical harmonic devices. The following chapter addresses the progress made in the understanding and operation of optical parametric oscillators. This chapter also presents the theory of these devices and their important operation characteristics.
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Part 2 is concerned with the application of these concepts and methods to significant effects and processes . Max Schubert and Bernd Wilhelmi are the authors of Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Electronics, published by Wiley.
Part 2 is concerned with the application of these concepts and methods to significant effects and processes, covering also the particular experimental arrangements, measuring methods, and empirical data connected with them. Partial table of contents: Part I: general concepts and methods of nonlinear optics. Electromagnetic Fields. Classical Description. The Quantized Free Radiation Field. Interaction Between Radiation and Matter. Semiclassical Description of Nonlinear Optics.
Flytzanis, C. (1975) Theory of nonlinear optical susceptibilities, in H. Rabin and . Mahr, H. (1975) Two-photon absorption spectroscopyin H. Tang (eds), Quantum Electronics:A Treatise, volume I, Academic Press, New York. 4. Marcuse, D. (1980) Principles of Quantum Electronics, Academic Press, New York. 13. Mizrahi, . Delong, . 1989) Two-photon absorption as a limitation to all optical switching, Optics Letters 14, 1140–1142. ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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It differs from linear absorption in that the optical transition rate due to TPA depends on the square of the light intensity . In Herbert Rabin, C. L. Tang (e. Quantum Electronics: A Treatise, Volume 1. Nonlinear Optics, Part A. Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-323-14818-4.
It differs from linear absorption in that the optical transition rate due to TPA depends on the square of the light intensity, thus it is a nonlinear optical process, and can dominate over linear absorption at high intensities. Two-photon absorption can lead to two-photon-excited fluorescence where the excited state produced by TPA decays by spontaneous emission to a lower energy state. edu/~ocf/lecture ford.
Volume I. Herbert M. Rabin, C. Tang. Unified discussions are presented of major quantum electronics topics including theory and measurement of nonlinear optical susceptibilities, two-photon absorption spectroscopy, stimulate. More). Selection Rules for Circularly Polarized Waves in Nonlinear Optics. C. Tang, Herbert M. Rabin.