Abstract

The time lag of the crossed-polarized part of the transmitted probe pulse, which is due to photorefractive energy transfer from the pump pulse, is measured with respect to the original transmitted probe pulse. The average photorefractive response time of the crystal is estimated through theoretical analysis.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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