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Anisotropic optical properties in a square quantum well wire under different polarizations of intense laser fields

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In this paper, the polarization angle of intense laser field and incident light effects on the intersubband optical absorption and refractive index change in the square quantum well wire are investigated theoretically by Kramers–Henneberger approximation. It is found that the polarization angle of the intense laser field can influence the energy gap and exchange electronic configuration by breaking symmetry. Hence, the incident light polarization angle should be considered. The variation of optical absorption and refractive index change are given with different polarization-intense laser fields and probe light, which provides the possibility of designing various polarization-sensitive devices.

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