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dc.contributor.authorParashar, J-
dc.contributor.authorPandey, H D-
dc.identifier.citationPlasma Science, IEEE Transactions on, 20(6), 996 - 999p.en
dc.description.abstractHigh-power laser radiation with frequency ω1 and wave vector k1zˆ propagating through a plasma at an angle to a density ripple (0,k&oarr;0) produces current and density perturbation at (ω1,k &oarr;1+k&oarr;0). The density perturbation couples with the oscillatory velocity at (ω1 ,k&oarr;1) to produce nonlinear current at [2ω1, (2k&oarr;1+k&oarr; 0)] driving second-harmonic electromagnetic radiation. For a specific value of ripple wave number k0=k 0c, the phase-matching conditions for the second-harmonic process are satisfied, leading to resonant enhancement in the efficiency of energy conversion, k0c decreases with the frequency ω1 of the laseren
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dc.subjectdensity rippleen
dc.subjectperturbation coupleen
dc.subjectsecond-harmonic electromagneticen
dc.subjectresonant enhancementen
dc.titleSecond-harmonic generation of laser radiation in a plasma with a density rippleen
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