Effects of Higher Order Nonlinearities on Second Order Frequency Mixing

    Published: Jan 1983

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    The theory which has been developed to study the effects of higher order nonlinearities in second-order frequency mixing can be applied to the case of up-conversion of high powered lasers. We have considered the effect of the intensity dependence of the refractive index upon phase-matching for second-order frequency mixing. We have also considered the effects of second-order generation on higher-order nonlinearities which have to be considered in the design of other components of high power lasers. This includes the effect of second-order frequency generation on small-scale self-focusing and on the whole beam phase profile.


    nonlinear optics, phase-matching, second order frequency mixing, self-focusing

    Author Information:

    Harter, DJ
    Institute of Optics University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

    Brown, DC
    Institute of Optics University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

    Paper ID: STP37282S

    Committee/Subcommittee: F01.02

    DOI: 10.1520/STP37282S

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