Abstract

The use of specific symmetry properties of optical second-harmonic generation (the s,sexclusion rule) has allowed us to observe high-contrast hyper-Rayleigh interference patterns in completely diffuse light, an effect that has no analog in the case of linear (Rayleigh) scattering.

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