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Parametric Nonlinear Optical Techniques in Microscopy

  • M. Müller
  • G. J. Brakenhoff
Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 87)

Abstract

A small revolution is taking place in microscopy. Nonlinear optical spectroscopic techniques — which in bulk applications have been around almost since the invention of the laser in the sixties — are rapidly being incorporated within high resolution microscopy. Starting with the successful introduction of two-photon absorption microscopy in 1990 [1], which has found important applications in biology, a whole series of other nonlinear optical techniques have been introduced: Three-photon absorption, Second Harmonic Generation (SHG), Third Harmonic Generation (THG), Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS), the optical Kerr effect,...

Keywords

Second Harmonic Generation Nonlinear Susceptibility Third Harmonic Generation Second Harmonic Generation Signal High Resolution Microscopy 
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  • G. J. Brakenhoff

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