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Optical spatial soliton supported by photoisomerization nonlinearity in a polymer with a background beam

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Abstract

We present detailed theoretical studies of optical spatial solitons (SSs) supported by photoisomerization nonlinearity in a polymer sample. One-dimensional dark and bright SSs and their existence curves are presented. Several combinations of polarizations of the signal and background beams can be used to form the SSs.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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