Abstract

Far-infrared techniques have been developed that make possible the first observation to our knowledge of resonant four-wave mixing of submillimeter-wave radiation in n-type InSb maintained at 2 K. The dependences of the emission strength on dc magnetic field, circular polarization, and carrier concentration demonstrate that the resonant nonlinear process involves the collective excitations of the electron gas.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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