Abstract

We show that in crystals of symmetry 4¯3m (lacking optical activity) a new regime is possible for two-wave mixing in longitudinal geometry which is characterized by oscillatory energy transfer, that is, energy transfer in both directions, depending on the crystal thickness

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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