Abstract

Neodymium depod potassium Lanthanum nitrate dihydrate crystal—-K2La1-xNdx- (NO3)2H2O(KLNN) is a new compound with larger second harmonic generation efficiency. The transmission spectrum is from 0.33 pm to 2.35 pm. It has larger nonlinear optic coefficient than KDP. It is nearly noncritically phase matched at room temperature for type 1 frequency-doubling of 1.06- pm light.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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