EFFICIENT CONTINUOUS OPTICAL SECOND‐HARMONIC GENERATION
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6.The expression is thus strictly correct only for a perfectly antireflection‐coated crystal, but should not differ from the correct expression by more than a factor of 2 to 4.
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8.A. Ashkin, G. D. Boyd, and J. M. Dziedzic have resonated the harmonic external to the laser and have achieved large enhancement factors; to be published.
9.At high conversion efficiencies the nonlinear loss seen by the fundamental may in fact cause limit cycle behavior; evidence for loading on the fundamental has in fact been seen where no polarizer was used in the cavity and the polarization dependence of the 1.06‐μ radiation was observed.
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