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### HW08_3

Course: PHYSICS 568, Fall 2009
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OPTICS NONLINEAR (PHYC/ECE 568) Fall 2008 - Instructor: M. Sheik-Bahae University of New Mexico Homework #3, Due Thursday, Oct. 16 Problem 1. SHG in KDP: (4 points) a. Calculate the type-I phase matching angle for SHG in KDP using 1.06 m output of a Nd:YAG laser. b. For a beam radius w0=500 m, calculate the aperture length defined as la= w0 / where is the Poynting vector walk-off angle. Obtain the aperture...

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