## Nonlinear Optics: Lecture Note and Reprint Volume |

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### Contents

Classical Introduction | 1 |

Chapter | 9 |

Quantum Theory of Nonlinear Susceptibilities | 20 |

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ABDP absorption acoustic amplitude angle antistokes approximation Bloembergen boundary Brewster's angle Brillouin scattering calculated coherent complex considered constant corresponding cosfls coupled cross section crystal damping density matrix described dielectric difference frequency direction discussed dispersion effect electric dipole electric field electromagnetic electron energy experimental factor field amplitudes Fourier components gain given by Eq Hamiltonian harmonic waves homogeneous imaginary inhomogeneous intensity interaction Kerr effect laser beam light waves linear medium magnetic matrix elements Maxwell's equations microwave modes momentum nonlinear medium nonlinear polarization nonlinear source nonlinear susceptibility normal obtained optical oscillator parametric perturbation phase matching phase velocities photon Phys plane PNLs processes propagation quantum quency R. W. Terhune radiation Raman Raman laser resonance ruby laser scattering second harmonic shown in Figure sin0 solution source term spontaneous emission stokes sum frequency tangential components tensor theory tion transmitted wave vibrational wave equation wave vector