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A kinetic model for optically pumped cesium vapor laser

Zhu Qi Pan Bai-Liang Chen Li Wang Ya-Juan Zhang Xun-Yi

A kinetic model for optically pumped cesium vapor laser

Zhu Qi, Pan Bai-Liang, Chen Li, Wang Ya-Juan, Zhang Xun-Yi
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  • Received Date:  18 May 2009
  • Accepted Date:  09 June 2009
  • Published Online:  15 March 2010

A kinetic model for optically pumped cesium vapor laser

  • 1. 浙江大学物理系,杭州 310027

Abstract: The solvent-dependent and frequency-dependent nonlinear optical (NLO) properties of one-dimensional charge transfer (1DCT) molecule, p-nitroaniline (pNA) and two-dimensional charge transfer (2DCT) molecule, 1,3-diamino-4,6- dinitrobenzen (DADB) have been studied by using the density functional theory (DFT) and time-dependent coupled perturbed Hartree-Fork (TDHF) method, respectively. The reasons of the influence of the solvent polarity and incident light frequency on the NLO properties for 1DCT and 2DCT molecules were also discussed. Theoretical results demonstrate that the first hyperpolarizability β and ultraviolet spectra strongly depend on the dielectric constant ε of solvent, but solvent polarity has little effect on the anisotropy ratio η and depolarization ratio D due to the linear relationship between ︱βxxy︱ and ︱βyyy︱ with the increase of the solvent dielectric constant ε. In addition, the incident frequency has a great influence on β,η and D . It is found that the solvent effect and the frequency dispersion effect should be considered in calculations for obtaining accurate results.

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