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Resonant Optical Kerr Response with Ultrashort Decay Time by Nonlocal Wave Coupling of Light and Excitons

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Resonant optical Kerr effects have been investigated in high-quality CuCl thin films. The peculiar spectral feature and ultrafast response below 200 fs due to a long-range coherent coupling between light and multinode-type excitons are observed.

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