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High second-order nonlinearities induced in lead silicate glass by electron-beam irradiation

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Abstract

A new technique for inducing a large permanent second-order susceptibility in lead silicate glass is reported. The procedure involves implanting electrons by irradiating the glass with an electron beam. Second-order nonlinearities χ(2) as high as 0.7 pm/V are obtained.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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