Abstract

This erratum amends some errors in Opt. Lett. 43, 2296 (2018) [CrossRef]  .

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  1. U. Laudyn, A. Piccardi, M. Kwasny, M. A. Karpierz, and G. Assanto, Opt. Lett. 43, 2296 (2018).
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  2. K. F. Kulme, Rep. Prog. Phys. 36, 497 (1973).
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K. F. Kulme, Rep. Prog. Phys. 36, 497 (1973).
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K. F. Kulme, Rep. Prog. Phys. 36, 497 (1973).
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Fig. 1.
Fig. 1. Amended version of Fig. 1 in Ref. [1]. (a) Sample geometry. (b) Acquired images of an ordinary wave (TM, top panel) and two extraordinary wave (TE) beams, featuring either linear diffraction at low power (middle panel) or self-confinement at high power (bottom panel), respectively. (c) Ordinary and extraordinary ( θ = 0 deg ) refractive indices for the NLC mixture E7, Δ n 0.2 . Inset: walk-off angle at room temperature versus θ 0 . (d) Walk-off sensitivity to temperature for various θ 0 .
Fig. 2.
Fig. 2. Amended version of Fig. 2 in Ref. [1]. Temperature controlled nematicon trajectory. (a)–(c) Acquired images of nematicon evolution at three temperatures for P = 2 mW . (d) Calculated and measured temperature dependence of the beam walk-off.
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Fig. 3. Amended version of Fig. 3 in Ref. [1]. (a) Nematicon trajectories in y z for various input beam powers and fixed temperatures, as indicated. (b) Nematicon trajectories in y z for various temperatures and fixed input beam powers, as indicated.
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Fig. 4. Amended version of Fig. 4 in Ref. [1]. Temperature controlled nonlinearity. (a)–(c) Acquired images of nematicon evolution at three temperatures (as marked) and P = 4.0 mW . (d) Comparison between the nonlinear coefficient n 2 (black solid line) and the measured breathing period for input powers P = 3.0 (triangles), 4.0 (circles), and 5.0 mW (squares). As expected, they have opposite trends.

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δ ( T ) = arctan [ ϵ a ( T ) sin 2 θ ( T ) ϵ a ( T ) + 2 n 2 ( T ) + ϵ a ( T ) cos 2 θ ( T ) ] .

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