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By writing Eq. 3) explicitly as q,,) = - r,,IMw,( 1 - sin’@ cos’@), we is less see that the range of orientations within which the magnitude of than a certain value, say d m , decreases with increasing pulse energy. In practice, the nonresonant pulse pair will be replaced with a sequence of such pairs, spaced at the ground state pseudorotational period, in order to drive the pseudorotation to large amplitude and discriminate against other low frequency modes [30,49-521. 37 ELECTRONIC GEOMETRIC PHASES APPENDIX B.
8) is usually neglected through the slowly varying amplitude approximation (SVAA) [3,8]. = Ej(r)exp[i+,(r)], Eq. 10) Both Ej(r)and 4j(r) are real, and the real and imaginary parts of Eq. 10) have to be separately satisfied. Thus, both the field amplitude, gj(r) o r Ej(r),and the absolute phase, 4j(r), must not vary with r. On the other hand, E(r, t ) will decrease exponentially with r when kj is complex due to the presence of material resonance. Next consider the case where the nonlinear induced polarization at sth order (s > 1) at the frequency w,, (given by Eq.