Modern Nonlinear Optics, Part 3
Myron W. Evans
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 18, 2004 - Science - 804 pages
Significant advances have occurred in the field since the previous edition, including advances in light squeezing, single photon optics, phase conjugation, and laser technology. The laser is essentially responsible for nonlinear effects and is extensively used in all branches of science, industry, and medicine.
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ELLIPSOIDS IN HOLOGRAPHY AND RELATIVITY
ASTROPHYSICS IN THE DARK MACHS PRINCIPLE LIGHTS THE WAY
A SEMICLASSICAL MODEL OF THE PHOTON BASED ON OBJECTIVE REALITY AND CONTAINING LONGITUDINAL FIELD COMPONEN...
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SAGNAC EFFECT BEYOND THE CONTEMPORARY PHYSICS
NONABELIAN ELECTRODYNAMICS PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS
FLUCTUATIONAL ESCAPE AND RELATED PHENOMENA IN NONLINEAR OPTICAL SYSTEMS
BELTRAMI VECTOR FIELDS IN ELECTRODYNAMICSA REASON FOR REEXAMINING THE STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF CLASSICA...
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Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 119, Part 2: Modern Nonlinear Optics
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Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 119, Part 1: Modern Nonlinear Optics
Myron W. Evans
Limited preview - 2003
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Page 1 - Are not the Rays of Light very small Bodies emitted from shining Substances? For such Bodies will pass through uniform Mediums in right Lines without bending into the Shadow, which is the Nature of the Rays of Light...
Page 2 - The wave theory of light, which operates with continuous spatial functions, has worked well in the representation of purely optical phenomena and will probably never be replaced by another theory. It should be kept in mind, however, that the optical observations refer to time averages rather than instantaneous values. In spite of the complete experimental confirmation of the theory as applied to diffraction, reflection, refraction, dispersion, etc., it is still conceivable that the theory of light...
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Page i - Physik, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz, Mainz, Germany A. WELFORD CASTLEMAN, JR., Department of Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA DAVID CHANDLER, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA MS CHILD, Department of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK WILLIAM T.