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非线性光学 第3版

作者:[美] 堡德 著

出版社: 世界图书出版公司

出版年:2010-08-01

页数:613

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内容简介

It has been a great pleasure for me to have prepared the latest edition of my book on nonlinear optics. My intrigue in the subject matter of this book is as strong as it was when the first edition was published in 1992.


目录

Preface to the Third Edition

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1. The Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility

1.1. Introduction to Nonlinear Optics

1.2. Descriptions of Nonlinear Optical Processes

1.3. Formal Definition of the Nonlinear Susceptibility

1.4. Nonlinear Susceptibility of a Classical Anharmonic Oscillator

1.5. Properties of the Nonlinear Susceptibility

1.6. Time-Domain Description of Optical Nonlinearities

1.7. Kramers-Kronig Relations in Linear and Nonlinear Optics

Problems

References


2. Wave-Equation Description of Nonlinear Optical Interactions

2.1. The Wave Equation for Nonlinear Optical Media

2.2. The Coupled-Wave Equations for Sum-Frequency Generation

2.3. Phase Matching

2.4. Quasi-Phase-Matching

2.5. The Manley-Rowe Relations

2.6. Sum-Frequency Generation

2.7. Second-Harmonic Generation

2.8. Difference-Frequency Generation and Parametric Amplification

2.9. Optical Parametric Oscillators

2.10. Nonlinear Optical Interactions with Focused Gaussian Beams

2.11. Nonlinear Optics at an Interface

Problems

References


3. Quantum-Mechanical Theory of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility

3.1. Introduction

3.2. SchriSdinger Calculation of Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility

3.3. Density Matrix Formulation of Quantum Mechanics

3.4. Perturbation Solution of the Density Matrix Equation of Motion

3.5. Density Matrix Calculation of the Linear Susceptibility

3.6. Density Matrix Calculation of the Second-Order Susceptibility

3.7. Density Matrix Calculation of the Third-Order Susceptibility

3.8. Electromagnetically Induced Transparency

3.9. Local-Field Corrections to the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility

Problems

References


4. The Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index

4.1. Descriptions of the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index

4.2. Tensor Nature of the Third-Order Susceptibility

4.3. Nonresonant Electronic Nonlinearities

4.4. Nonlinearities Due to Molecular Orientation

4.5. Thermal Nonlinear Optical Effects

4.6. Semiconductor Nonlinearities

4.7. Concluding Remarks References

5. Molecular Origin of the Nonlinear Optical Response

5.1. Nonlinear Susceptibilities Calculated Using Time-Independent Perturbation Theory

5.2. Semiempirical Models of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility

Model of Boling, Glass, and Owyoung

5.3. Nonlinear Optical Properties of Conjugated Polymers

5.4. Bond-Charge Model of Nonlinear Optical Properties

5.5. Nonlinear Optics of Chiral Media

5.6. Nonlinear Optics of Liquid Crystals

Problems

References


6. Nonlinear Optics in the Two-Level Approximation

6.1. Introduction

6.2. Density Matrix Equations of Motion for a Two-Level Atom

6.3. Steady-State Response of a Two-Level Atom to a Monochromatic Field

6.4. Optical Bloch Equations

6.5. Rabi Oscillations and Dressed Atomic States

6.6. Optical Wave Mixing in Two-Level Systems

Problems

References


7. Processes Resulting from the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index

7.1. Self-Focusing of Light and Other Self-Action Effects

7.2. Optical Phase Conjugation

7.3. Optical Bistability and Optical Switching

7.4. Two-Beam Coupling

7.5. Pulse Propagation and Temporal Solitons

Problems

References


8. Spontaneous Light Scattering and Acoustooptics

8.1. Features of Spontaneous Light Scattering

8.2. Microscopic Theory of Light Scattering

8.3. Thermodynamic Theory of Scalar Light Scattering

8.4. Acoustooptics

Problems

References


9. Stimulated Brillouin and Stimulated Rayleigh Scattering

9.1. Stimulated Scattering Processes

9.2. Electrostriction

9.3. Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (Induced by Electrostriction)

9.4. Phase Conjugation by Stimulated Brillouin Scattering

9.5. Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Gases

9.6. Stimulated Brillouin and Stimulated Rayleigh Scattering

Problems

References


10. Stimulated Raman Scattering and Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering

10.1. The Spontaneous Raman Effect

10.2. Spontaneous versus Stimulated Raman Scattering

10.3. Stimulated Raman Scattering Described by the Nonlinear Polarization

10.4. Stokes-Anti-Stokes Coupling in Stimulated Raman Scattering

10.5. Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering

10.6. Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering

Problems

References


11. The Electrooptic and Photorefractive Effects

11.1. Introduction to the Electrooptic Effect

11.2. Linear Electrooptic Effect

11.3. Electrooptic Modulators

11.4. Introduction to the Photorefractive Effect

11.5. Photorefractive Equations of Kuldatarev et al.

11.6. Two-Beam Coupling in Photorefractive Materials

11.7. Four-Wave Mixing in Photorefractive Materials

Problems

References


12. Optically Induced Damage and Multiphoton Absorption

12.1. Introduction to Optical Damage

12.2. Avalanche-Breakdown Model

12.3. Influence of Laser Pulse Duration

12.4. Direct Photoionization

12.5. Multiphoton Absorption and Multiphoton Ionization

Problems

References


13. Ultrafast and Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics

13.1. Introduction

13.2. Ultrashort Pulse Propagation Equation

13.3. Interpretation of the Ultrashort-Pulse Propagation Equation

13.4. Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics

13.5. Motion of a Free Electron in a Laser Field

13.6. High-Harmonic Generation

13.7. Nonlinear Optics of Plasmas and Relativistic Nonlinear Optics

13.8. Nonlinear Quantum Electrodynamics

Problem

References


Appendices

A. The SI System of Units

Further reading

B. The Gaussian System of Units

Further reading

C. Systems of Units in Nonlinear Optics

D. Relationship between Intensity and Field Strength

E. Physical Constants

Index


前言/序言

It has been a great pleasure for me to have prepared the latest edition of my book on nonlinear optics. My intrigue in the subject matter of this book is as strong as it was when the first edition was published in 1992.

The principal changes present in the third edition are as follows: (1) The book has been entirely rewritten using the SI system of units. I personally prefer the elegance of the gaussian system of units, which was used in the first two editions, but I realize that most readers would prefer the SI system, and the change was made for this reason. (2) In addition, a large number of minor changes have been made throughout the text to clarify the intended meaning and to make the arguments easier to follow. I am indebted to the countless comments received from students and colleagues both in Rochester and from around the world that have allowed me to improve the writing in this manner. (3) Moreover, several sections that treat entirely new material have beenadded. Applications of harmonic generation, including applications within the fields of microscopy and biophotonics, are treated in Subsection 2.7.1. Electromagnetically induced transparency is treated in Section 3.8. Some brief but crucial comments regarding limitations to the maximum size of the intensity induced refractive-index change are made in Section 4.7. The use of nonlinear optical methods for inducing unusual values of the group velocity of light are discussed briefly in Section 3.8 and in Subsection 6.6.2. Spectroscopy based on coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) is discussed in Section 10.5. In addition, the appendix has been expanded to include brief descriptions of both the SI and gaussian systems of units and procedures for conversion between them.

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