Abstract

To test a model recently proposed to account for the observation of efficient second-harmonic generation in glass fibers, we have applied a strong dc electric field to the glass preform from which the fibers were drawn. We find that at most a temporary χ(2) is induced, with a lifetime of a few minutes.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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