Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system

A study of the effects of relaxation times on the Four-Wave Mixing (FWM) signal response in frequency space for a two-level system is presented where the collisional effects of the solvent and the presence of the electromagnetic field are considered. The model is a generalization of the conventional...

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Main Authors: Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis, Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
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Published: 2016
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-25402017-11-01T18:19:55Z Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo RELAXATION TIMES NLO PROPERTIES FOUR-WAVE MIXING A study of the effects of relaxation times on the Four-Wave Mixing (FWM) signal response in frequency space for a two-level system is presented where the collisional effects of the solvent and the presence of the electromagnetic field are considered. The model is a generalization of the conventional two-level approach in that it includes a simplified description of the molecular structure associated with the non-zero permanent dipole moments. Significant changes in both the FWM-intensity and nonlinear optical properties are observed, due mainly to changes in the ratio between the longitudinal and transversal relaxation times. http://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/S021886351550023X 2016-10-20T20:44:25Z 2016-10-20T20:44:25Z 2015 article Paz, Jos? Luis; Rodr?guez, Luis; CostaVera, Cesar (2015). Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system. Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics & Materials. Vol. 4. N? 2. 1793-6624 http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/2540 eng closedAccess
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topic RELAXATION TIMES
NLO PROPERTIES
FOUR-WAVE MIXING
spellingShingle RELAXATION TIMES
NLO PROPERTIES
FOUR-WAVE MIXING
Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
description A study of the effects of relaxation times on the Four-Wave Mixing (FWM) signal response in frequency space for a two-level system is presented where the collisional effects of the solvent and the presence of the electromagnetic field are considered. The model is a generalization of the conventional two-level approach in that it includes a simplified description of the molecular structure associated with the non-zero permanent dipole moments. Significant changes in both the FWM-intensity and nonlinear optical properties are observed, due mainly to changes in the ratio between the longitudinal and transversal relaxation times.
author Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
author_facet Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
author_sort Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
title Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
title_short Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
title_full Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
title_fullStr Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
title_full_unstemmed Four-Wave mixing signal intensity: Relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
title_sort four-wave mixing signal intensity: relaxation time effects on the absorptive and dispersive optical properties in a two-level system
publishDate 2016
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