Solitons in Cavities with Quadratic Nonlinearities View Full Text


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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

W. E. Torruellas , P. S. Jian , S. Trillo , M. Haelterman , U. Peschel , F. Lederer

ABSTRACT

Since the early days of laser studies and nonlinear optics, it was realized that the parabolic potential with a negative curvature created by diffraction could be compensated by self-action. In other words the electrical field could dig a potential with positive curvature the depth of which proportional to the electric field intensity self-trappring a portion of the laser field and thus creating a wave which propagates in a recurring fashion: a soliton.[1] However it was quickly realized that such an elegant idea would not work for laser beams with two spatial transverse dimensions and a purely Kerr third order nonlinearity.[2] More... »

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367-384

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-03807-9_21

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