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When a coherent vibrational mode is excited by a laser, stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) occurs. SRS is an important process that competes and couples with SPM. , 1980). A process similar to SRS-XPM occurs when an intense laser pulse propagates through a medium possessing a large secondorder c2 and third-order c3 susceptibility. Both second harmonic generation (SHG) and SPM occur and can be coupled together. , 1987). A process closely related to XPM, called induced phase modulation (IPM) (Alfano, 1986), occurs when a weak pulse at a different frequency propagates through a disrupted medium whose index of refraction is changed by an intense laser pulse.
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The Supercontinuum Laser Source by Robert R. Alfano