Abstract

We have successfully used phase matching considerations to provide significant discrimination against cascaded lower-order responses and measured the direct fifth-order response from the intermolecular motions in liquid CS2. Here we report the measured polarized and magic angle responses and discuss comparisons with simulations.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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