Study of the nonlinear OPTICAL PROPERTIES

of indene and benzofuran molecules

by using the degenerate four-wave-mixing method

B. Kabouchi1*, B. Sahraoui2

1 Laboratoire de Spectronomie Physique Appliquée, Département de Physique, Faculté des Sciences,

B.P. 1014, Agdal, Rabat, Morocco. E-mail : kabouchi@fsr.ac.ma

2 Laboratoire POMA. UMR CNRS 6136. Universite d'Angers.

2, bd Lavoisier. 49045 Angers Cedex. France

* Corresponding author. E-mail : kabouchi@fsr.ac.ma

Received : 08 March 2004; revised version accepted : 15 April 2004

Abstract

The degenerate four-wave-mixing method (DFWM) is used to study the third order susceptibility c (3) and to determine the second order hyperpolarizability <g > of indene and benzofuran molecules. The results are compared to those of carbon disulfide, which is a reference material for DFWM experiments, and to those of benzene and nitrobenzene.

Keywords: Indene; Benzofuran ; DFWM method ; Susceptibility c (3); Hyperpolarizability ; Nonlinear optics.

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