Emel'yanov, Vladimir I and Seval'nev, D M (2009) Three-wave interactions of surface defect-deformation waves and their manifestations in the self-organisation of nano- and microstructures in solids exposed to laser radiation. Quantum Electronics, 39 (7). p. 678.
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The self-organisation of the surface-relief nanostructures in solids under the action of energy and particle fluxes is interpreted as the instability of defect-deformation (DD) gratings produced by quasi-static Lamb and Rayleigh waves and defect-concentration waves. The allowance for the nonlocality in the defectsâlattice atom interaction with a simultaneous account for both (normal and longitudinal) defect-induced forces bending the surface layer leads to the appearance of two maxima in the dependence of the instability growth rate of DD waves on the wave number. Three-wave interactions of quasi-static coupled DD waves (second harmonic generation and wave vector mixing) are considered for the first time, which are similar to three-wave interactions in nonlinear optics and acoustics and lead to the enrichment of the spectrum of surface-relief harmonics. Computer processing of experimental data on laser-induced generation of micro- and nanostructures of the surface relief reveals the presence of effects responsible for the second harmonic generation and wave vector mixing.
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