Abstract

Light-induced heating under high-average-power laser is investigated in LiNbO3-type crystals in green second-harmonic generation. The accumulation effect of polarons causes catastrophic breakdown of crystals. A rate-equation model is proposed to evaluate the threshold intensity.

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