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Deflection switching of a laser beam by the Pockels effect of water
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13.We measured the frequency dependence of the signal from f = 125 to 1525 Hz to obtain that the signal magnitude was kept until f = 225 Hz and decreased with frequency from f = 225 Hz to 1525 Hz. The frequency dependence is needed to be more thoroughly studied in terms of both the impedence of the experimental system and the microscopic response of water.
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