Abstract

We experimentally characterized an unexpectedly-strong nonlinear response in dispersive dielectric multilayer mirrors below the known damage threshold. We observed a strong reflectivity decrease, local heating, transient spectral modifications, and time-dependent absorption of the incident pulse.

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