Abstract

We have investigated theoretically the transverse-phase effect during the growth of the Stokes field in a multiple-pass Raman cell. The results explain why only the TEM00 mode is spontaneously selected for Stokes conversion in a para-H2 Raman laser.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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