Abstract

Interferometric pump-probe spectroscopy is used to demonstrate all-optical second-harmonic generation from a polymer dielectric in a serrated nanogap structure. Strong optical frequency electric-fields from surface plasmons create ultrafast controllable nonlinear light pulses.

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