Abstract

We observe new effects in frequency doubling of colliding-pulse, mode-locked dye-amplified pulses (300 fsec, 620 nm, up to 1 mJ of energy) due to phase mismatch. If the second-harmonic generation in the nonlinear crystal (30-mm KDP crystal) is phase matched, the output is a square pulse. In contrast, when a phase mismatch is introduced, the generated pulse contains two peaks. We observe that the time profile is affected by depletion and chirp of the fundamental. The experimental results agree well with our numerical calculations.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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