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The field of optics which describes how light interacts with a non-linear medium
 
 
[[Image:Nonlinear Optics U.S. Army RdeCom Early RAMAN Spectrometer.jpg|thumb|right|A Raman Spectrometer- Image by U.S. Army Rdecom and Edgewood Chemical Biological Center]]
 
[[Image:Nonlinear Optics U.S. Army RdeCom Early RAMAN Spectrometer.jpg|thumb|right|A Raman Spectrometer- Image by U.S. Army Rdecom and Edgewood Chemical Biological Center]]
  
== Subcategories ==
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The field of optics which describes how light interacts with a non-linear medium
 
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*'''[[:Category:Fiber nonlinear optics|Fiber nonlinear optics]]''' - light the travels through nonlinear fiber mediums
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*'''[[:Category:Nonlinear optical devices|Nonlinear optical devices]]''' - devices that use light that travels in nonlinear media where dielectric polarization responds nonlinearly to electric field
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*'''[[:Category:Photorefractive effect|Photorefractive effect]]''' - the nonlinear optical effect seen in some crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index
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*'''[[:Category:Supercontinuum generation|Supercontinuum generation]]''' - the creation of a supercontinuum through the collection of nonlinear processes that act on a pump beam to cause spectral broadening
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A Raman Spectrometer- Image by U.S. Army Rdecom and Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
A Raman Spectrometer- Image by U.S. Army Rdecom and Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

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