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Second harmonic mapping image of a 2D χ(2) grating structure fabricated by direct laser writing (DLW) technique. Desired χ(2) grating structures can be precisely embedded in a 3D DR1/PMMA multilayer structure by layer-by layer DLW processes. For details see the paper by Do et al., pp. 4664-4670.
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