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Use of a liquid suspension of dielectric spheres as an artificial Kerr medium

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We present the derivation of scaling relationships that describe the behavior of liquid suspensions of dielectric spheres as nonlinear optical media and report results of four-wave mixing experiments that are in good agreement with these predictions.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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