By Y. R. Shen
A entire remedy of nonlinear optics emphasizing actual strategies and the connection among thought and test. Systematically describes a few sub-topics within the box. updated references and diverse illustrations may help either newbies and practitioners attracted to gaining a extra thorough realizing of the topic.
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