Second-Harmonic Generation


The light that results when a beam of monochromatic light hits an asymmetrical surface. The second harmonic light is at a frequency twice that of the incident light and allows the study of surface phenomena such as molecular adsorption, aggregation, and orientation as well as of buried interfaces.



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