Abstract

We perform detailed polarization measurements of second-harmonic generation from glass surfaces to address the importance of electric-dipole and higher-multipole contributions to the effective surface nonlinearity. The results are shown to violate strongly a simple rule regarding pure electric-dipole origin of the effective surface nonlinearity.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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