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Observation and Theory of Magneto-Electric Field-induced Second Harmonic Generation

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Abstract

We report induced second harmonic generation mediated by a new rectification nonlinearity in polycrystalline pentacene. Results with tilted pulse fronts confirm its magnetoelectric origin, ultrafast character and capability of supporting all-optical switching at right angles.

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