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Second harmonic generation below 400 nm using potassium lithium niobate from laser-heated pedestal growth

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Potassium lithium niobate, compositionally adjusted for noncritical phase-matching has been grown using the laser-heated pedestal growth method. Second harmonic generation has been observed in the blue wavelength region down to 385 nm.

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