Advances in Lasers and Electro Optics by N. Costa, A. Cartaxo

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1), the quadratic term with the electric field describes the first nonlinear effect. The coefficient χ (2 ) is named complex susceptibility tensor of order 2. Its magnitude describes the intensity of the 2nd order nonlinear effect, which, in turn, is related to second harmonic generation, optical rectification and sum and difference frequency mixing. Such effects are only observed in noncentrosymmetric materials. The coefficient χ (3) is named complex susceptibility tensor of order 3 and describes the intensity of the 3rd order nonlinear effect, such as self-focusing action, third harmonic generation and two-photon absorption.

2009b). In ADT films, although the exact distribution of transient photocurrent amplitudes in the gap somewhat depended on the measurement protocol (such as direction of the scan and waiting time between the data points), these distributions in samples with Au and Al electrodes were similar within the experimental error and, with our spatial resolution, relatively uniform across the gap. In particular, the amplitudes of transient photocurrents obtained upon excitation of near-electrode regions and of a mid-gap region were within a factor of 2 of each other.

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