Abstract

We present a method allowing measurement of the kinetics of the optical Kerr effect in transparent media using a single femtosecond pulse. This method is based on a spectrotemporal transformation. We describe the experimental results obtained for ultrafast and noninstantaneous responses.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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