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Probe-beam intensity-dependent reflectivity in degenerate four-wave mixing in a saturable absorber

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A degenerate four-wave mixing experiment is performed in the saturable absorber of cryptocyanine. When the pump-beam intensity is below the saturation intensity, the reflectivity of the probe beam does not change, even though the probe-beam intensity is increased; however, the reflectivity begins to decrease slowly for moderate pump-beam intensity and finally decreases as 1/q (q is the ratio of probe-to-forward pump-beam intensity) for pump-beam intensity far above the saturation intensity. The results are explained by extending Kogelnik’s coupled-wave theory of volume grating to the four-wave case.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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