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HARMONIC GENERATION OF HYPERSONIC WAVES IN LIQUIDS
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6.In this connection, the use of a collimated rather than a focused laser source would be advantageous for defining the optical path in the medium. Preliminary work has shown that stimulated Brillouin scattering, of the fundamental and the second harmonic, can be observed with a collimated beam traversing a 1 m cell of n‐hexane which is not in a cavity. This approach will also allow testing current theories of the stimulated Brillouin buildup.
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