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Amplified reflection through anisotropic four-wave mixing in BaTiO3

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Abstract

We have demonstrated cw non-phase-conjugate amplified reflection in single-crystal BaTiO3 using anisotropic four-wave mixing. We show that the reflected beam is polarized orthogonally to the readout beam and that it is a true reflection of the image beam, not a phase conjugate. The maximum reflectivity measured was approximately 200%.

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