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Refractive indices of partially deuterated potassium dihydrogen phosphate (DKDP) crystals with 55%, 70% and 80% deuterium contents were measured by auto-collimation method at 293 K between 0.254 to 1.529 μm. Dependence of refractive indices of DKDP on deuterium content show different trend in the infrared region as in uv-visible region. Dependence of n2 (the square of refractive index) on the mole fraction of deuterium shows a difference between pure KDP and partially deuterated KDP. The Sellmeier equations were obtained by the least square method. The non-critical phase matching angles calculated from the fitted formula were in good agreement with laser experiment results, by which the reliability of these Sellmeier equations was confirmed.


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