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Photorefractive coupling between orthogonally polarized light beams in barium titanate

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Abstract

In certain crystals, photorefractive two-beam coupling is predicted for orthogonally polarized optical beams. The prediction follows from the phenomenological tensor form of the photogalvanic current. We demonstrate this coupling by measuring the complex beam-coupling coefficient in barium titanate and show that the photogalvanic current correctly predicts the form for the coefficient as a function of the beam crossing angle.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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