## Quantum electronics: a treatise. Nonlinear optics. Part A |

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### Contents

Theory of Nonlinear Optical Susceptibilities | 11 |

Microscopic Theory of Nonlinear Susceptibilities | 74 |

Conclusion Nonlinear Spectroscopy | 191 |

Copyright | |

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amplification amplitude angle Appl approximation atoms axis beam divergence Bloembergen bond Boyd calculated Chem coefficient coherence length contribution corresponding crystal curve density dependence derived described determined dielectric dipole discussion dispersion Ducuing electric field electronic emission energy equations excitation exciton experimental expression Fabelinskii field corrections Flytzanis Fourier frequency Frohlich given Hamiltonian Haueisen hypersonic incident infrared intensity interaction Kleinman laser beam laser pulse lattice length Lett linear liquids magnetic Maxwell's equations measured medium mixing tensor mode molecules nonlinear optical nonlinear susceptibilities obtained one-photon perturbation phase phase-matching photon Phys polariton polarizability polarization pump quantum Raman effect refraction region relation resonant second harmonic second-order shown in Fig SMBP solid spatial spectral spectrum spontaneous Starunov stimulated Raman scattering Stokes component symmetry Tang temperature tensor theory third-order two-photon absorption two-photon spectroscopy two-photon transitions values velocity vibrational wave functions wave vector wavelength width