Abstract

Optical phase conjugation by degenerate four-wave mixing in SF6 was studied with a cw CO2 laser. The intensity and angular dependence of reflectivity were measured for the 10.6-μm P(18) line. The results verify the predictions of the inhomogeneously broadened resonant two-level gas model.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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