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|Title:||Self-defocusing of nanosecond laser pulses in ZnTe|
|Authors:||Ji, W. |
|Source:||Ji, W., Kukaswadia, A.K., Feng, Z.C., Tang, S.H. (1994-04-01). Self-defocusing of nanosecond laser pulses in ZnTe. Journal of Applied Physics 75 (7) : 3340-3343. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.356118|
|Abstract:||An investigation of self-defocusing in ZnTe at room temperature employing nanosecond laser pulses of wavelengths ranging from 561 to 565 nm below the band gap energy is presented. The nonlinear effect was described by the self-focusing theory. By fitting the theory to the experimentally measured transmitted spatial profiles the spectral response of the nonlinear refractive cross-section was obtained. The observed nonlinearity correlated well with the band filling model.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Applied Physics|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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