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Boyd R.W. — Nonlinear Optics
Boyd R.W. — Nonlinear Optics



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Название: Nonlinear Optics

Автор: Boyd R.W.

Аннотация:

Nonlinear optics is essentially the study of the interaction of strong laser light with matter. It lies at the basis of the field of photonics, the use of light fields to control other light fields and to perform logical operations. Some of the topics of this book include the fundamentals and applications of optical systems based on the nonlinear interaction of light with matter. Topics to be treated include: mechanisms of optical nonlinearity, second-harmonic and sum- and difference-frequency generation, photonics and optical logic, optical self-action effects including self-focusing and optical soliton formation, optical phase conjugation, stimulated Brillouin and stimulated Raman scattering, and selection criteria of nonlinear optical materials.

· Covers all the latest topics and technology in this ever-evolving area of study that forms the backbone of the major applications of optical technology
· Offers first-rate instructive style making it ideal for self-study
· Emphasizes the fundamentals of non-linear optics rather than focus on particular applications that are constantly changing


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Электромагнетизм/Оптика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: Second Edition

Год издания: 2003

Количество страниц: 578

Добавлена в каталог: 29.07.2005

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Aberration correction      324—328 429
Aberrations      430—431
Absorption coefficient of light      437
Absorption coefficient of light, calculated quantum mechanically      159 271 305
Absorption coefficient of sound      388 406 419 439
Absorption cross section, N-photon      530 550
Absorption cross section, one-photon      160
Absorption cross section, two-photon      529 531
Absorption, multiphoton      530 550
Absorption, one-photon      160 525
Absorption, two-photon      528 529 531
Acceptors      499
Acetone      194
Acoustooptics      393—406
Adiabatic following      281
Air      194 221 387 406
Airy's equation      341
Amplifier (stimulated Brillouin scattering)      410 423
Amplitude modulator, acoustooptic      401 406
Analytic functions      57
Angle-tuned phase matching      98
Anharmonic oscillator model      20—32
Anharmonic oscillator model, centrosymmetric media      27—32 204
Anharmonic oscillator model, noncentrosymmetric media      21—27
Anisotropic molecules      210
Anomalous dispersion      96
Anti-resonant contribution      136 157
Anti-Stokes scattering      371—372 390—391 451
Apparent divergence      205—206
Arabinose      254
Argon      435
Atomic polarizability (linear)      160
Atomic unit of electric field strength      3—4 239 520 543
Atomic vapors, nonlinear optics of      129 141—144 266
Avalanche breakdown mechanism      515 517—518
Band-filling effects      228
Band-gap energy      225
Band-to-band transitions      225
Bands, energy      224
Barium titanate      48 490 498 500 505—506
Beam deflector, acoustooptic      402 407
benzene      194 421 478
Bessel function      404
Biaxial crystals      46
Birefringence      42 49 96 107
Bloch equations, optical      276—283
Boltzmann distribution      212
Boltzmann factor      210 451
Bond-charge model of optical properties      248
Bonds, $\sigma$, and $\pi$      246
Bonds, $\sigma$, and $\pi$, single and double      247
boundary conditions      119
Bragg scattering (of light by sound waves)      393—402 407
Brillouin frequency      417
Brillouin linewidth      418—419 433
Brillouin scattering, spontaneous      371—372 374 386—393
Brillouin scattering, stimulated      16 351 409—450 416—447
bulk modulus      386
Carbon disulfide      193 194 256 317 387 421 458 478 556
Carbon tetrachloride      50 194 387 421
Cascaded optical nonlinearities      125
Cauchy's theorem      57
Causality      54 56 59
Centrosymmetric media      43 49 62
Chaos (in stimulated Brillouin scattering)      428
Chiral materials      252 257
Chiral nematic liquid crystal      255
circular polarization      199
Closure condition of quantum mechanics      242
Coherent buildup length      76 108
Collision-induced resonances      176 185
Collisonal dephasing      144 146 150 266 268
Commutator, quantum mechanical      149 152 155 162 172
Compressibility      384 386 414—415
Compton wavelength      555
Conduction band      224
Confocal parameter      113—114
Constant-pump approximation      85 114
Constitutive relations      562
Continuity equation      436
Contour integration      57 60
Contracted notation      37 488
Conversion between systems of units      565—567 570
Conversion efficiency      93
Counterpropagating waves      329 411
Counterrotating term      157
Coupled-amplitude equations, for difference-frequency generation      84
Coupled-amplitude equations, for forward four-wave mixing with two-level atoms      303
Coupled-amplitude equations, for photorefractive media      505 508
Coupled-amplitude equations, for second-harmonic generation      88
Coupled-amplitude equations, for stimulated Brillouin and Rayleigh scattering      442
Coupled-amplitude equations, for Stokes and anti-Stokes waves in stimulated Raman scattering      465
Coupled-amplitude equations, for sum-frequency generation      72 79
Coupled-amplitude equations, with quasi-phase-matching      109
Cross correlation      431
Cross coupling (contrasted with self coupling)      192
Crystal systems      41
Cubic (crystal)      41 45 49 51
Damping, quantum mechanical, phenomenological      149
Damping, quantum mechanical, phenomenological, of sound waves      387
Debye relaxation model      352 477
Debye — Huckel screening      227 504
Degeneracy factor      20 191
Denominator function      23
Density matrix, diagonal elements of      147 263
Density matrix, equation of motion for      151—153 276
Density matrix, formulation of quantum mechanics      144—151
Density matrix, off-diagonal elements of      147 151
Density of final states      526
Determinant (of matrix)      82 321
Dextrorotatory      253
Dextrose      252
diamond      194 209 221
Diamond structure      49
dielectric constant      563
Dielectric permittivity      563
Dielectric permittivity, tensor      486
Dielectric relaxation time      498 508
Difference-frequency generation      6—9 25 84—86 99 123 253
Diffraction      314 539
Diffraction, diffraction length      539
Diffusion      392 497 520
Diffusion constant      500 520
Diffusion, diffusion field strength      504
Dipole dephasing rate (time $T_{2}$)      150 160 265—268
Dipole moment operator, matrix representation of      151
Dipole moment, induced      155 160 163 266 288 297 377
Dipoles, radiation from      68
Dirac delta function      526
Dirac notation      146
Director (of liquid crystal)      257
Dispersion (of refractive index)      97 534
Dispersion (of refractive index), dispersion length      539
Dispersion theory, linear      158—161
Dispersionless medium      2 4 70 356 538
Dispersive lineshape      272
Dispersive medium      71 534
Dissipative medium      71 232
Donors      499
Doppler broadening      275
Doubly resonant optical parametric oscillator      100 102—105
Dressed states (atomic)      290—295 307
Drude model      518
Effective susceptibility      198
Effective value of d coefficient      39 62 109
Effective value of electrooptic r coefficient      505
Einstein A coefficient      161
Electric-dipole approximation      152 263 269 284
Electromagnetically induced transparency      185
Electron-ion recombination rate      550
Electron-positron pair creation      555
Electronic nonlinearities, nonresonant      3 193 198 203—209 224
Electronic nonlinearities, nonresonant, low-frequency limit      208—209
Electronic nonlinearities, nonresonant, quantum mechanical treatment of      205—209
Electrooptic effect      485—497
Electrooptic effect, linear      485 486—491
Electrooptic effect, quadratic      485 488
Electrooptic modulators      491—497
Electrostriction      193 198 203 410 411—416 552
Electrostriction, electrostrictive constant      383 413 433 436
Electrostriction, electrostrictive stimulated Brillouin and Ralleigh scattering      435—446
Enantiomers      253
Energy density (of optical field)      34—36 238 413 563—564
Energy eigenstates      132
Energy transfer (between optical beams)      350—355
Equation of state (thermodynamics)      384
Ethanol      194 221 387 421
excitons      227
Expansion coefficients      145
Expectation value, quantum mechanical      147 151
Exponential growth      101
Extraordinary polarization      98 505
Fabry — Perot interferometer      341
Feedback      100
Fermat's principle      313
Fermi's golden rule      527
Ferroelectric materials      50
Feynman diagrams      169 176
Figure-eight motion      545
Filamentation      312 317—323 364
Fluctuations, adiabatic and isobaric fluctuations      385
Fluctuations, entropy fluctuations      392
Fluctuations, relation to light scattering      373—374 381
Fluence      222
Foreign-gas broadening      267
Four-wave mixing      13
Four-wave mixing, Brillouin-enhanced      449
Four-wave mixing, contribution to stimulated Raman scattering      464
Four-wave mixing, degenerate      328—340 430
Four-wave mixing, forward      296 321
Four-wave mixing, photorefractive      508—512
Fourier transform      54 358—359 534
Free-electron response, in semiconductors      226
Free-electron response, in vacuum      544—546
Frequency-domain      54—61
Full permutation symmetry      34 37 78 87 138 171 183
Gain factor, coupled gain of eigensolution      467—473
Gain factor, for stimulated Brillouin scattering      420—421 433 435 443
Gain factor, for stimulated Rayleigh scattering      445
Gain factor, for stimulated Rayleigh-wing scattering      478—480
Gain process      355 420 462
Gallium arsenide      48—50 118 194 232 498
Gauss (unit of magnetic field)      562
Gaussian laser beams      111—117 124
Gaussian laser beams, focused      233—234 426
Gaussian statistics      432
Gaussian system of units      3 61 561—564
Generator (stimulated Brillouin scattering)      424—428
Generator (stimulated Brillouin scattering), contrasted with amplifier      410
Germanium      194
Grating wavevector      352 502
Group index and group velocity      105 356 360 535
Group index and group velocity, intensity dependence of      541
Group theory      40
Group velocity dispersion      356 360 362 539
Group velocity dispersion, high-order      534—537
Half-wave voltage      493
Hamiltonian (quantum mechanical operator)      131 145 146 151 239 262 269 523
Harmonic distortion      43
Harmonic generation      114
Harmonic oscillator form of density matrix equations      279—281
heat capacity      221
Heat transport equation      221—222 437
Hermitian operator      146
Hexagonal (crystal)      41 45 51
High-harmonic generation      547—549
Homeotropic alignment      256
Hydrogen      238
Hyperbolic secant pulse      357 362
Hyperpolarizability      181 242
Hyperpolarizability, bond      249—250
Hysteresis      345
Ideal gas      381—382 384—386
Idler wave      9 86 99
Impurity-doped solid      307
Index ellipsoid      487 492
Instantaneous frequency      357
Instantaneous response      2 37
Intense-field nonlinear optics      453—557
Intensity modulator      494
Intensity, relation to field strength      564 568
Intensity-dependent refractive index, basic properties of      11 189—193
Intensity-dependent refractive index, by electrostriction      415
Intensity-dependent refractive index, by molecular orientation effect      214
Intensity-dependent refractive index, by nonlinear quantum electrodynamics      556
Intensity-dependent refractive index, nonresonant electronic      203—209
Intensity-dependent refractive index, of isotropic materials      196
Intensity-dependent refractive index, of relativistic plasma      553
Intensity-dependent refractive index, of semiconductors      229 231
Intensity-dependent refractive index, of two-level atom      274—276
Interaction picture      153
Interfaces, nonlinear optics of      117—122
Interference      352
Interference, destructive      373
Intrinsic permutation symmetry      19 33 164 196
Inversion symmetry      42 253
Isotropic materials      41 51 158 207
Isotropic materials, nonlinear, propagation through      199—203
Jacobi elliptic functions      90
Jitter energy      544
Joule heating      518
KDP      48 489
Keldysh mechanism      517
Kerr effect, electrooptic      485
Kerr effect, optical      190
Kleinman symmetry      36—38 44 46 198 251 254
Kramers — Kronig relations      2 56—61 62 227
KTP      106
kurtosis      242
Landau — Placzek relation      393
Laplacian differential operator      111 327
Laplacian differential operator, transverse laplacian      327
Levorotatory      253
Lifetime, $T_{1}$      264 543
Linear dispersion theory      158—161
Linewidth (of OPO)      106
Liquid crystals      237
Liquids      210 255—257
Lithium niobate      48 106 110 489 498 500
Local field effects      159 176—183 215
Lorentz local field      176
Lorentz model (of atom)      20 159 244 379
Lorentz — Lorenz law      179 214 244 415 447 478
Lorentzian lineshape      157 272 380 527
Lossless medium      2 4 34 70 76 87
Mach — Zehnder interferometer      347
Magnetic nonlinearities      544
Magnetic permeability      563
Maker and Terhune (A and B) notation      197—198 204 208 415
Manley — Rowe relations      76—78 89 125
Matrix elements, quantum mechanical      133 146 269 524
Maxwell field      177
Maxwell — Boltzmann distribution      226
Maxwell's equations      67—68 120 562
Mean-field approximation      341
Methanol      194 421
Miller's rule      26 243
Mobility      500
Mode structure (of OPO)      103 105 123
Modulation index      502
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