Terahertz optical rectification from <110> zinc-blende crystals

Rice, A.; Jin, Y.; Ma, X.F.; Zhang, X.-C.; Bliss, D.; Larkin, J.; Alexander, M.
March 1994
Applied Physics Letters;3/14/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1324
Academic Journal
Examines the optically induced terahertz electromagnetic radiation from <110> oriented zinc-blende crystals. Calculation of the induced dielectric polarization as a function of crystallographic azimuthal angle; Relationship between electromagnetic radiated field and dielectric polarization second time derivative.


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