Abstract

Phase conjugation of radiation from a KrF laser (249 nm) is reported using degenerate four-wave mixing in CS2 and in a variety of saturable absorbers. Dependence on input intensity and medium concentration is investigated. Reflectivities ≳ 2.5% have been measured. A thermal phase grating seems to be the mechanism involved.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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