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edited by Robert W. Boyd and Michael G. Raymer, Lorenzo M. Narducci
出版情報: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c1986  xii, 396 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Cambridge studies in modern optics ; 4
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Robert W. Boyd, Svetlana G. Lukishova, Victor N. Zadkov, editors
出版情報: Cham : Springer, c2019  xxxi, 627 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Springer series in optical sciences ; v. 217
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Robert W. Boyd
出版情報: Boston ; Tokyo : Academic Press, c1992  xiii, 439 p. ; 24 cm
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Robert W. Boyd
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Robert W. Boyd
出版情報: London : Academic Press, c2020  xxiii, 609 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
The Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / Chapter 1:
Introduction to Nonlinear Optics / 1.1:
Descriptions of Nonlinear Optical Processes / 1.2:
Second-Harmonic Generation / 1.2.1:
Sum- and Difference-Frequency Generation / 1.2.2:
Sum-Frequency Generation / 1.2.3:
Difference-Frequency Generation / 1.2.4:
Optical Parametric Oscillation / 1.2.5:
Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Processes / 1.2.6:
Third-Harmonic Generation / 1.2.7:
Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / 1.2.8:
Third-Order Interactions (General Case) / 1.2.9:
Parametric versus Nonparametric Processes / 1.2.10:
Saturable Absorption / 1.2.11:
Two-Photon Absorption / 1.2.12:
Stimulated Raman Scattering / 1.2.13:
Formal Definition of the Nonlinear Susceptibility / 1.3:
Nonlinear Susceptibility of a Classical Anharmonic Oscillator / 1.4:
Noncentrosymmetric Media / 1.4.1:
Miller's Rule / 1.4.2:
Centrosymmetric Media / 1.4.3:
Properties of the Nonlinear Susceptibility / 1.5:
Reality of the Fields / 1.5.1:
Intrinsic Permutation Symmetry / 1.5.2:
Symmetries for Lossless Media / 1.5.3:
Field Energy Density for a Nonlinear Medium / 1.5.4:
Kleinman's Symmetry / 1.5.5:
Contracted Notation / 1.5.6:
Effective Value of d (deff) / 1.5.7:
Spatial Symmetry of the Nonlinear Medium / 1.5.8:
Influence of Spatial Symmetry on the Linear Optical Properties of a Material Medium / 1.5.9:
Influence of Inversion Symmetry on the Second-Order Nonlinear Response / 1.5.10:
Influence of Spatial Symmetry on the Second-Order Susceptibility / 1.5.11:
Number of Independent Elements of X2ijk(¿3, ¿2, ¿1) / 1.5.12:
Distinction between Noncentrosymmetric and Cubic Crystal Classes / 1.5.13:
Distinction between Noncentrosymmetric and Polar Crystal Classes / 1.5.14:
Influence of Spatial Symmetry on the Third-Order Nonlinear Response / 1.5.15:
Time-Domain Description of Optical Nonlinearities / 1.6:
Kramers-Kronig Relations in Linear and Nonlinear Optics / 1.7:
Kramers-Kronig Relations in Linear Optics / 1.7.1:
Kramers-Kronig Relations in Nonlinear Optics / 1.7.2:
Problems
References
Wave-Equation Description of Nonlinear Optical interactions / Chapter 2:
The Wave Equation for Nonlinear Optical Media / 2.1:
The Coupled-Wave Equations for Sum-Frequency Generation / 2.2:
Phase-Matching Considerations / 2.2.1:
Phase Matching / 2.3:
Quasi-Phase-Matching (QPM) / 2.4:
The Manley-Rowe Relations / 2.5:
Applications of Second-Harmonic Generation / 2.6:
Difference-Frequency Generation and Parametric Amplification / 2.8:
Optical Parametric Oscillators / 2.9:
Influence of Cavity Mode Structure on OPO Tuning / 2.9.1:
Nonlinear Optical Interactions with Focused Gaussian Beams / 2.10:
Paraxial Wave Equation / 2.10.1:
Gaussian Beams / 2.10.2:
Harmonic Generation Using Focused Gaussian Beams / 2.10.3:
Nonlinear Optics at an Interface / 2.11:
Advanced Phase Matching Methods / 2.12:
Quantum-Mechanical Theory of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / Chapter 3:
Introduction / 3.1:
Schrödinger Equation Calculation of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 3.2:
Energy Eigenstates / 3.2.1:
Perturbation Solution to Schrödinger's Equation / 3.2.2:
Linear Susceptibility / 3.2.3:
Second-Order Susceptibility / 3.2.4:
Third-Order Susceptibility / 3.2.5:
Third-Harmonic Generation in Alkali Metal Vapors / 3.2.6:
Density Matrix Formulation of Quantum Mechanics / 3.3:
Example: Two-Level Atom / 3.3.1:
Perturbation Solution of the Density Matrix Equation of Motion / 3.4:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Linear Susceptibility / 3.5:
Linear Response Theory / 3.5.1:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Second-Order Susceptibility / 3.6:
¿(2) in the Limit of Nonresonant Excitation / 3.6.1:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Third-Order Susceptibility / 3.7:
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency / 3.8:
Local-Field Effects in the Nonlinear Optics / 3.9:
Local-Field Effects in Linear Optics / 3.9.1:
Local-Field Effects in Nonlinear Optics / 3.9.2:
The Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / Chapter 4:
Descriptions of the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / 4.1:
Tensor Nature of the Third-Order Susceptibility / 4.2:
Propagation through Isotropic Nonlinear Media / 4.2.1:
Nonresonant Electronic Nonlinearities / 4.3:
Classical, Anharmonic Oscillator Model of Electronic Nonlinearities / 4.3.1:
Quantum-Mechanical Model of Nonresonant Electronic Nonlinearities / 4.3.2:
¿(3) in the Low-Frequency Limit / 4.3.3:
Nonlinearities Due to Molecular Orientation / 4.4:
Tensor Properties of ¿(3) for the Molecular Orientation Effect / 4.4.1:
Thermal Nonlinear Optical Effects / 4.5:
Thermal Nonlinearities with Continuous-Wave Laser Beams / 4.5.1:
Thermal Nonlinearities with Pulsed Laser Beams / 4.5.2:
Semiconductor Nonlinearities / 4.6:
Nonlinearities Resulting from Band-to-Band Transitions / 4.6.1:
Nonlinearities Involving Virtual Transitions / 4.6.2:
Concluding Remarks / 4.7:
Molecular Origin of the Nonlinear Optical Response / Chapter 5:
Nonlinear Susceptibilities Calculated Using Time-Independent Perturbation Theory / 5.1:
Hydrogen Atom / 5.1.1:
General Expression for the Nonlinear Susceptibility in the Quasi-Static Limit / 5.1.2:
Semiempirical Models of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 5.2:
Model of Boling, Glass, and Owyoung
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Conjugated Polymers / 5.3:
Bond-Charge Model of Nonlinear Optical Properties / 5.4:
Nonlinear Optics of Chiral Media / 5.5:
Nonlinear Optics of Liquid Crystals / 5.6:
Nonlinear Optics in the Two-Level Approximation / Chapter 6:
Density Matrix Equations of Motion for a Two-Level Atom / 6.1:
Closed Two-Level Atom / 6.2.1:
Open Two-Level Atom / 6.2.2:
Two-Level Atom with a Non-Radiatively Coupled Third Level / 6.2.3:
Steady-State Response of a Two-Level Atom to a Monochromatic Field / 6.3:
Optical Bloch Equations / 6.4:
Harmonic Oscillator Form of the Density Matrix Equations / 6.4.1:
Adiabatic-Following Limit / 6.4.2:
Rabi Oscillations and Dressed Atomic States / 6.5:
Rabi Solution of the Schrodinger Equation / 6.5.1:
Solution for an Atom Initially in the Ground State / 6.5.2:
Dressed States / 6.5.3:
Inclusion of Relaxation Phenomena / 6.5.4:
Optical Wave Mixing in Two-Level Systems / 6.6:
Solution of the Density Matrix Equations for a Two-Level Atom in the Presence of Pump and Probe Fields / 6.6.1:
Nonlinear Susceptibility and Coupled-Amplitude Equations / 6.6.2:
Processes Resulting from the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / Chapter 7:
Self-Focusing of Light and Other Self-Action Effects / 7.1:
Self-Trapping of Light / 7.1.1:
Mathematical Description of Self-Action Effects / 7.1.2:
Laser Beam Breakup into Many Filaments / 7.1.3:
Self-Action Effects with Pulsed Laser Beams / 7.1.4:
Optical Phase Conjugation / 7.2:
Aberration Correction by Phase Conjugation / 7.2.1:
Phase Conjugation by Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing / 7.2.2:
Polarization Properties of Phase Conjugation / 7.2.3:
Optical Bistability and Optical Switching / 7.3:
Absorptive Bistability / 7.3.1:
Refractive Bistability / 7.3.2:
Optical Switching / 7.3.3:
Two-Beam Coupling / 7.4:
Pulse Propagation and Temporal Solitons / 7.5:
Self-Phase Modulation / 7.5.1:
Pulse Propagation Equation / 7.5.2:
Temporal Optical Solitons / 7.5.3:
Spontaneous Light Scattering and Acoustooptics / Chapter 8:
Features of Spontaneous Light Scattering / 8.1:
Fluctuations as the Origin of Light Scattering / 8.1.1:
Scattering Coefficient / 8.1.2:
Scattering Cross Section / 8.1.3:
Microscopic Theory of Light Scattering / 8.2:
Thermodynamic Theory of Scalar Light Scattering / 8.3:
Ideal Gas / 8.3.1:
Spectrum of the Scattered Light / 8.3.2:
Brillouin Scattering / 8.3.3:
Stokes Scattering (First Term in Eq. (8.3.36)) / 8.3.4:
Anti-Stokes Scattering (Second Term in Eq. (8.3.36)) / 8.3.5:
Rayleigh Center Scattering / 8.3.6:
Acoustooptics / 8.4:
Bragg Scattering of Light by Sound Waves / 8.4.1:
Raman-Nath Effect / 8.4.2:
Stimulated Brillouin and Stimulated Rayleigh Scattering / Chapter 9:
Stimulated Scattering Processes / 9.1:
Electrostriction / 9.2:
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (Induced by Electrostriction) / 9.3:
Pump Depletion Effects in SBS / 9.3.1:
SBS Generator / 9.3.2:
Transient and Dynamical Features of SBS / 9.3.3:
Phase Conjugation by Stimulated Brillouin Scattering / 9.4:
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Gases / 9.5:
General Theory of Stimulated Brillouin and Stimulated Rayleigh Scattering / 9.6:
Appendix: Definition of the Viscosity Coefficients / 9.6.1:
Stimulated Raman Scattering and Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering / Chapter 10:
The Spontaneous Raman Effect / 10.1:
Spontaneous versus Stimulated Raman Scattering / 10.2:
Stimulated Raman Scattering Described by the Nonlinear Polarization / 10.3:
Stokes-Anti-Stokes Coupling in Stimulated Raman Scattering / 10.4:
Dispersionless, Nonlinear Medium without Gain or Loss / 10.4.1:
Medium without a Nonlinearity / 10.4.2:
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering / 10.4.3:
Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering / 10.6:
Polarization Properties of Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering / 10.6.1:
The Electrooptic and Photorefractive Effects / Chapter 11:
Introduction to the Electrooptic Effect / 11.1:
Linear Electrooptic Effect / 11.2:
Electrooptic Modulators / 11.3:
Introduction to the Photorefractive Effect / 11.4:
Photorefractive Equations of Kukhtarev et al / 11.5:
Two-Beam Coupling in Photorefractive Materials / 11.6:
Four-Wave Mixing in Photorefractive Materials / 11.7:
Externally Self-Pumped Phase-Conjugate Mirror / 11.7.1:
Internally Self-Pumped Phase-Conjugate Mirror / 11.7.2:
Double Phase-Conjugate Mirror / 11.7.3:
Other Applications of Photorefractive Nonlinear Optics / 11.7.4:
Optically Induced Damage and Multiphoton Absorption / Chapter 12:
Introduction to Optical Damage / 12.1:
Avalanche-Breakdown Model / 12.2:
Influence of Laser Pulse Duration / 12.3:
Direct Photoionization / 12.4:
Multiphoton Absorption and Multiphoton Ionization / 12.5:
Theory of Single- and Multiphoton Absorption and Fermi's Golden Rule / 12.5.1:
Linear (One-Photon) Absorption / 12.5.2:
Multiphoton Absorption / 12.5.3:
Ultra fast and Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics / Chapter 13:
Ultrashort-Pulse Propagation Equation / 13.1:
Interpretation of the Ultrashort-Pulse Propagation Equation / 13.3:
Self-Steepening / 13.3.1:
Space-Time Coupling / 13.3.2:
Supercontinuum Generation / 13.3.3:
Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics / 13.4:
Motion of a Free Electron in a Laser Field / 13.5:
High-Harmonic Generation / 13.6:
Tunnel Ionization and the Keldysh Model / 13.7:
Nonlinear Optics of Plasmas and Relativistic Nonlinear Optics / 13.8:
Nonlinear Quantum Electrodynamics / 13.9:
Problem
Nonlinear Optics of Plasmonic Systems / Chapter 14:
Introduction to Plasmonics / 14.1:
Simple Derivation of the Plasma Frequency / 14.2:
The Drude Model / 14.3:
Optical Properties of Gold / 14.4:
Surface Plasmon Polaritons / 14.5:
Electric Field Enhancement in Plasmonic Systems / 14.6:
Appendices
The SI System of Units / Appendix A:
Energy Relations and Poynting's Theorem / A.1:
The Wave Equation / A.2:
Boundary Conditions / A.3:
The Gaussian System of Units / Appendix B:
Systems of Units in Nonlinear Optics / Appendix C:
Conversion between the Systems / C.1:
Relationship between Intensity and Field Strength / Appendix D:
Physical Constants / Appendix E:
Index
Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
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