Abstract

LiInSe2, a biaxial nonlinear crystal transparent from 0.54 to 10 µm, is successfully grown in large sizes with good optical quality. We summarize all characteristics and physical properties of LiInSe2 essential for nonlinear frequency conversion.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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