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Nonlinear optical spectroscopy in one-dimensional photonic crystals
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26.Note that this enhancement is expressed relative to the signal that would be obtained from the identical nonlinear layer contained within the reference sample, not to that from a reference film with matched linear transmittance, as in Ref. 16.
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