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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2005, Volume 35, Number 4, Pages 365–368 (Mi qe5832)  

Coherence

Transformation of spatial coherence of pulse laser radiation in a thin layer of a medium with thermal nonlinearity

E. V. Ivakin, N. V. Karelin, A. I. Kitsak, A. S. Rubanov

B. I. Stepanov Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk

Abstract: Correlation properties of light beams upon self-phase modulation in a thin layer of a medium with thermal nonlinearity are studied. It is found out that the efficiency of spatial coherence transformation of radiation is determined by the ratio of the characteristic coherence radius of the initial radiation to the size of phase inhomogeneities induced in the nonlinear medium.

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Quantum Electronics, 2005, 35:4, 365–368

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PACS: 42.25.Kb, 42.62.-b, 42.65.Jx
Received: 08.01.2004
Revised: 18.12.2004

Citation: E. V. Ivakin, N. V. Karelin, A. I. Kitsak, A. S. Rubanov, “Transformation of spatial coherence of pulse laser radiation in a thin layer of a medium with thermal nonlinearity”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 35:4 (2005), 365–368 [Quantum Electron., 35:4 (2005), 365–368]

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