Second Harmonic Generation of Self-Mode-Locked СО2-Laser Radiation in GaSe and GaSeS Crystals
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A TEA CO2 laser generating at the wavelength λ = 10.6 μm in the modes of free lasing and self-mode-locking was used to obtain and compare second harmonic generation (SHG) in GaSe and GaSe0.7S0.3 crystals. With the self-mode-locked laser, a 5-times higher energy efficiency of SHG was obtained. The efficiency of SHG in the GaSe0.7S0.3 crystal and its second-order nonlinear susceptibility were estimated and compared with their values for undoped GaSe.
Keywordssecond harmonic generation CO2 laser GaSe crystal GaSe1–xSx self-mode-locking
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