Nondegenerate 2-Photon Absorption In Zinc Blende Semiconductors
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J. Opt. Soc. Am. B-Opt. Phys.
Zincblende Semiconductors; Multiphoton Absorption; Nonlinear Refraction; Solids; Coefficients; Insb; Optics
An algorithm is presented for the calculation of the nondegenerate two-photon absorption coefficient by using second-order perturbation theory and a Kane band-structure model, including the effects of nonparabolicity and nonzone-center wave functions. The polarization dependence is included by correctly accounting for the symmetry of the electronic wave functions. A comparison is made with degenerate two-photon absorption data in various zinc blende semiconductors, and excellent agreement is found without the use of fitting parameters. Comparisons are also made with nondegenerate two-photon absorption spectra measured in ZnSe and ZnS by using a picosecond continuum and with some polarization-dependent measurements obtained by a two-color Z-scan measurement.
Journal of the Optical Society of America B-Optical Physics
Hutchings, D. C. and Vanstryland, E. W., "Nondegenerate 2-Photon Absorption In Zinc Blende Semiconductors" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1478.