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Passive temperature compensation in critically phasematched harmonic generation*

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We describe a simple technique to compensate the change in phasematching angle with temperature in critically phasematched harmonic generation. Experimental results are presented for Beta Barium Borate with a nearly a four-fold increase in temperature acceptance bandwidth.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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