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WWW.BRIGHTER.EU tutorial, Paul Michael Petersen
Paul M. Petersen
DTU Fotonik, Risø campusTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
(email: paul.michael.petersen@risoe.dk)
Frequency Doubling and Second OrderNonlinear Optics
 
WWW.BRIGHTER.EU tutorial, Paul Michael Petersen
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The first observation of second harmonic generationNonlinear optical effects in solidsThe nonlinear wave equation (formulation of the interaction innonlinear materials)Second order nonlinear opticsContracted notation for the second order susceptibilityThree wave mixingFrequency doublingPhase matching in materials with birefringence
 
WWW.BRIGHTER.EU tutorial, Paul Michael Petersen
The first observation of second harmonic generation
Second harmonic generation (SHG) was first demonstrated by P. A.Franken et al.at the University of Michigan in 1961. They focused a ruby laserwith a wavelengthof 694 nm into a quartz sample. They sent the output light through a spectrometerand recording the spectrum on photographic paper, which indicated the productionof light at 347 nm. (Note that the SHG spot does not appear in the publication!)

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