By using rigorous coupled-wave diffraction theory along with a time-dependent nonlinear formulation, we analyze two- and multiplewave coupling and the grating kinetics in BaTi03 with different boundary interfaces. Efffects of electrostatic and optical anisotropy have been included in the analysis. Significant mode conversion to higher orders is observed only when the boundary interfaces are highly mismatched.
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Banerjee, Partha P. and Jarem, John M., "Transient Wave Mixing and Recording Kinetics in Photorefractive Barium Titanate: a Nonlinear Coupled Mode Approach" (1995). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 177.
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