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Self-organized patterns by optical nonlinearity in 4-(4-pentenyloxy)benzonitrile
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Optical characterization of the organic compound 4-(4-pentenyloxy)benzonitrile under two different conditions was carried out. The experiments show deformation of the scattered light spots upon heating as well as evidence of a thermally self-induced nonlinearity. In consequence, self-diffraction pattern, self-bending, and filamentation of the impinging beam appear as a function of the laser power, creating self-organized patterning during the filamentation due to modulation instabilities.
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