Hyperpolarizability Dispersion Measured for CS2 Vapor
Journal of Optical Society of America B
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The second hyperpolarizability (��) of carbon disulfide (CS2) is measured by gas-phase electric-field-induced second-harmonic generation for laser wavelengths in the range 765–1064 nm. The observed hyperpolarizability is decomposed into electronic (����) and vibrational (����) contributions, and the dispersion curve for ���� is extrapolated to the static limit, with the result of ����0=12558±93 atomic units =7.83±0.06×10−61C4m4J−3=6.33±0.0×10−36 esu (Taylor series convention). The results of this experiment agree with other recent nonlinear optical measurements and theoretical calculations.
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Fernandez, R. N.,
Shelton, D. P.
Hyperpolarizability Dispersion Measured for CS2 Vapor.
Journal of Optical Society of America B, 37(6),