Abstract

Phase conjugation CS2 with 1% reflectivity by using a pulsed transversely excited atmospheric is CO2 laser. Interesting pulse-reshaping effects, including acoustic modulation, are observed, and a thermal mechanism for the interaction is proposed.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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