PACS numbers

42.65.Ky Frequency conversion; harmonic generation, including higher-order harmonic generation 78.20.Jq Electro-optical effects
  1. S.V. Chekalin, V.O. Kompanets et alLight bullet dynamics in uniform dielectrics62 282–288 (2019)
    42.65.−k, 42.65.Jx, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 52.38.Hb (all)
  2. V.V. Strelkov, V.T. Platonenko et alAttosecond electromagnetic pulses: generation, measurement, and application. Generation of high-order harmonics of intense laser field for attosecond pulse production59 425–445 (2016)
    42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 52.38.−r (all)
  3. R.A. Ganeev “High order harmonics generation in laser surface ablation: current trends56 772–800 (2013)
    42.65.Ky, 42.79.Nv, 52.50.Jm (all)
  4. S.V. Chekalin, V.P. Kandidov “From self-focusing light beams to femtosecond laser pulse filamentation56 123–140 (2013)
    42.65.−k, 42.65.Jx, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 52.38.Hb (all)
  5. A.M. Zheltikov “The Raman effect in femto- and attosecond physics54 29–51 (2011)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  6. T.T. Basiev, S.N. Smetanin et alParametric coupling of frequency components at stimulated Raman scattering in solids53 611–617 (2010)
    42.55.Ye, 42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.70.Mp, 42.79.Nv (all)
  7. R.A. Ganeev “Generation of high-order harmonics of high-power lasers in plasmas produced under irradiation of solid target surfaces by a prepulse52 55–77 (2009)
    42.65.Ky, 42.79.Nv, 52.38.−r (all)
  8. A.M. Zheltikov “Colors of thin films, antiresonance phenomena in optical systems, and the limiting loss of modes in hollow optical waveguides51 591–600 (2008)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  9. A.M. Zheltikov “Microstructure optical fibers for a new generation of fiber-optic sources and converters of light pulses50 705–727 (2007)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  10. V.P. Silin, P.V. Silin “Bifurcation properties of the bremsstrahlung harmonics generated by a pumping field in plasmas50 729–740 (2007)
    42.65.−k, 42.65.Ky, 52.35.Mw (all)
  11. A.M. Zheltikov “Let there be white light: supercontinuum generation by ultrashort laser pulses49 605–628 (2006)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  12. A.V. Belinskii, A.V. Isaeva et alSpatial configuration of light at consecutive nonlinear optical conversions49 523–530 (2006)
    42.25.Bs, 42.65.−k, 42.65.Ky (all)
  13. A.M. Zheltikov “Isolated waveguide modes of high-intensity light fields47 1205–1220 (2004)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  14. A.A. Ivanov, M.V. Alfimov, A.M. Zheltikov “Femtosecond pulses in nanophotonics47 687–704 (2004)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re (all)
  15. A.M. Zheltikov “Nonlinear optics of microstructure fibers47 69–98 (2004)
    42.65.Ky, 42.65.Dr, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  16. A.M. Zheltikov “Ultrashort light pulses in hollow waveguides45 687–718 (2002)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Wi (all)
  17. M.Ya. Schelev “Femtosecond photoelectronics — past, present, and future43 931–946 (2000)
    06.60.Jn, 06.90.+v, 07.68.+m, 78.20.Jq (all)
  18. A.B. Shvartsburg “Single-cycle waveforms and non-periodic waves in dispersive media (exactly solvable models)41 77–94 (1998)
    02.50.Ey, 05.40.+j, 42.65.Ky (all)
  19. G.S. Chilaya, V.G. Chigrinov “Optics and electrooptics of chiral smectic C liquid crystals36 (10) 909–932 (1993)
    61.30.Eb, 61.30.Gd, 78.20.Jq, 64.70.Md (all)
  20. S.M. Gladkov, N.I. Koroteev “Quasiresonant nonlinear optical processes involving excited and ionized atoms33 (7) 554–575 (1990)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.An, 51.70.+f, 32.80.Rm (all)
  21. S.A. Akhmanov “Tunable lasers: a new stage32 284–285 (1989)
    42.60.Fc, 42.65.Yj, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Ky, 51.70.+f, 42.65.Dr (all)
  22. I.V. Kukushkin, V.B. Timofeev “Magnetooptics of two-dimensional electrons in the integral and fractional quantum Hall effect regimes31 879–879 (1988)
    78.20.Jq, 73.43.−f (all)
  23. L.M. Blinov “Langmuir films31 623–644 (1988)
    68.18.Jk, 68.47.Pe, 78.20.Fm, 73.50.Pz, 78.20.Jq, 85.65.+h (all)
  24. V.G. Arkhipkin, A.K. Popov “Nonlinear optics and transformation of light in gases30 952–976 (1987)
    42.65.Ky, 42.65.An, 51.70.+f, 33.55.Be, 33.80.Rv (all)
  25. L.M. Blinov “Electro-optics of liquid crystals30 738–739 (1987)
    78.20.Jq, 61.30.Gd (all)
  26. V.K. Popov “High-power excimer lasers and new sources of coherent radiation in the vacuum ultraviolet28 1031–1041 (1985)
    42.55.Lt, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Dr, 42.60.Jf, 42.72.Bj (all)
  27. B.P. Smolyakov, E.P. Khaimovich “Dynamic processes in dielectric glasses at low temperatures25 102–115 (1982)
    77.90.+k, 61.40.Df, 78.20.Hp, 78.20.Jq (all)
  28. N.B. Baranova, Yu.V. Bogdanov, B.Ya. Zel’dovich “New electro-optical and magneto-optical effects in liquids20 870–877 (1977)
    78.20.Jq, 78.20.Ls (all)
  29. M.S. Pesin, I.L. Fabelinskii “Picosecond spectroscopy and research on fast processes19 844–862 (1976)
    06.60.Lq, 07.45.+r, 06.70.Hs, 78.20.Jq
  30. L.M. Blinov “Electro-optical effects in liquid crystals18 658–672 (1975)
    78.20.Jq, 61.30.Eb, 78.66.−w, 42.79.Kr (all)
  31. E.M. Zolotov, V.A. Kiselev, V.A. Sychugov “Optical phenomena in thin-film waveguides17 64–84 (1974)
    77.55.+f, 42.82.−m, 42.79.Dj, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Wi (all)
  32. S.A. Akhmanov “Nonlinear Optics of Picosecond Pulses13 666–667 (1971)
    42.65.Re, 42.65.Ky, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Lh (all)
  33. G.A. Smolenskii, N.N. Kraĭnik “Progress in ferroelectricity12 271–293 (1969)
    77.80.−e, 77.84.Dy, 76.60.Gv, 76.80.+y, 77.22.Ch, 78.20.Jq (all)
  34. I.S. Rez “Crystals with non-linear polarizability10 759–782 (1968)
    78.20.Jq, 42.65.Ky (all)
  35. G.S. Krinchik “Dynamic effects of electro- and piezoreflectance of light by crystals11 75–80 (1968)
    78.20.Jq, 78.20.Hp, 71.20.−b (all)
  36. R.V. Khokhlov “On nonlinear wave processes8 642–645 (1966)
    42.79.Sz, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Yj, 42.79.Ci, 78.30.Cp (all)
  37. I.S. Zheludev “ELECTRO-OPTICAL EFFECTS IN CRYSTALS9 97–116 (1966)
    78.20.Jq, 77.84.−s (all)
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