Nonlinear optical effects for plasma diagnostics

Abstract We compare two nonlinear optical effects which show promise of yielding directly plasmon frequencies, damping rates, and intensities in small, transient (submicrosecond) plasmas. The Raman-induced Kerr effect is shown to offer significant advantages over three-wave mixing when the plasma sc... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Hellwarth, R. W.
Quelle: in Applied physics Vol. 11 (1976), p. 147-151
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Genre: 52, 42.65, 32
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: 1976
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Zusammenfassung: Abstract We compare two nonlinear optical effects which show promise of yielding directly plasmon frequencies, damping rates, and intensities in small, transient (submicrosecond) plasmas. The Raman-induced Kerr effect is shown to offer significant advantages over three-wave mixing when the plasma screening length is much smaller thanc÷[plasmon frequency]. When the screening length is much smaller than the optical wavelengths, then the former effect can yield an electron-density fluctuation spectrum with laser powers (∼MW) that are readily available.
ISSN: 1432-0630

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