Resonant-Phase Conjugation in YAlO3:Nd Single Crystals
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A new spectral method for surface investigation based on optical-phase conjugation in an unexcited transparent medium is theoretically developed and experimentally verified. On YAlO3:Nd (1 at %) single crystals at room temperature, the phase conjugation of light is revealed for a photon energy equal to half the energy of resonant local oscillations of electrons of impurity centers. The dependences of the intensity of the phase-conjugation signal of light on its spectral structure are investigated. An explanation of the effect of the Raman scattering of light electromagnetic waves by neodymium ions is offered.
Keywordslight reflection phase conjugation Raman scattering
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