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Corrected Article: “Self-organized periodic domain structure for second harmonic generations in ferroelastic crystal lines on glass surfaces” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 041915 (2009)]
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Polarized optical photograph (top view) for the sample obtained by cw fiber laser irradiations with a laser power of and a laser scanning speed of .

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Micro-Raman scattering spectra at room temperature for the bright and dark regions observed in the polarized optical photograph (Fig. 1) for the line patterned by laser irradiations.

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Photograph for the SHG microscope observations for the line. The bright regions observed in the polarized optical photograph give clear SH waves.

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Azimuthal dependence of the SH intensities for the patterned line. The notations of H-H and H-V mean that the polarized electric field of the incident laser is parallel or perpendicular to the electric field of SH waves in the measurements, respectively.

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Abstract

Ferroelastic (SGMO) crystal lines are patterned on the surface of glasses by continuous wave laser irradiations (wavelength is 1080 nm, power is 1.2 W and scanning speed is ). Crystal lines show self-organized periodic domain structures with periodic refractive index changes. The intensity of second harmonic (SH) waves changes periodically depending on the domain structure. It is proposed from polarized micro-Raman scattering spectra and the azimuthal dependence of SH intensities that the orientation of tetrahedra in SGMO crystals changes gradually and periodically along the crystal line growth direction due to the spontaneous strains in SGMO crystals.

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Scitation: Corrected Article: “Self-organized periodic domain structure for second harmonic generations in ferroelastic β′-(Sm,Gd)2(MoO4)3 crystal lines on glass surfaces” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 041915 (2009)]
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