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layout of figures in powerpoint - 4 Fig. 4. An asymmetric...

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Fig. 1. Nonlinear relationship between D and E at high optical E field. 2
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Fig. 2. Laser beam enters quartz crystal as red light and emerges as blue light (a second order NLO effect: second harmonic generation). 2
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Fig. 3. A symmetric P-E curve of centrosymmetrical materials. The figure in lower right corner indicates centrosymmetry.
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Unformatted text preview: 4 Fig. 4. An asymmetric P-E curve of noncentrosymmetrical materials. The figure in lower right corner indicates noncentrosymmetry. 4 Fig. 5. TEM picture of carbon nanotubes 8 Fig. 6. Pictorial structure of single walled carbon nanotube...
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