Application of Four-Wave Mixing Spectroscopy in the Excitonic Region of Semiconductors.
Final technical rept. for 1 Jul 81-31 Dec 83,
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES DEPT OF PHYSICS
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Two different areas of research were conducted I Development of a photoacoustic detection scheme using nanosecond laser pulses, and its application to semiconductors research, in particular, the study of two-photon absorption in ZnS II Study of nonlinear optical effects in the excitonic region of CdS. In this work, bound exciton laser action was investigated in detail, employing a new cavity configuration. Publications Photoacoustic Detection of Polarization-Dependent Nonlinear Optical Effects in Crystals Photoacoustic Detection of Nanosecond-Pulse-Induced Optical Absorption in Solids Photoacoustic Study of Two-Photon Absorption in hexagonal ZNS Visits to Laser Research Laboratories in Japan Laser Oscillations in the Bound-Excitonic Region of CDS Bound-Exciton Laser Action in CdS and Laser Oscillations in the Bound-Excitonic Region of CdS.
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