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Self-doubled laser emission in an organic system

A.A Barsella 1, * F. May 1 Vola J.-P. 1 A. Fort 1 André-Jean Attias 2, 3 Sébastien Sanaur 3, 4 M. . Lefebvre 3 E. Rosencher 3 
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2 LCP - Chimie des polymères
UPMC - Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, IPCM - Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire, CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique : UMR7610
Abstract : We report a theoretical and experimental study of the self-doubling properties of a solution composed of a laser dye and a nonlinear optical chromophore. The basic idea is to create a system which is able to generate a second-harmonic component from the stimulated emission of the dye. A self-doubled laser source has been built using a solution containg commercial compounds, Disperse Red 1 (chromophore) and LDS821 (dye). © 2008 EDP Sciences.
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A.A Barsella, F. May, Vola J.-P., A. Fort, André-Jean Attias, et al.. Self-doubled laser emission in an organic system. Annales de Physique Colloque, Editions de physique, 2008, 32 (2-3), pp.55-58. ⟨10.1051/anphys:2008006⟩. ⟨emse-00469853⟩



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