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A New Imaginary Term in the 2nd Order Nonlinear Susceptibility from Charged Interfaces

Ma, Emily and Ohno, Paul E. and Kim, Jeongmin and Liu, Yangdongling Dawning and Lozier, Emilie H. and Miller, Thomas F., III and Wang, Hong-Fei and Geiger, Franz M. (2021) A New Imaginary Term in the 2nd Order Nonlinear Susceptibility from Charged Interfaces. . (Unpublished) https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20210412-101224507

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Abstract

Non-resonant second harmonic generation phase and amplitude measurements obtained from the silica:water interface at varying pH and 0.5 M ionic strength point to the existence of a nonlinear susceptibility term, which we call chi(3)X, that is associated with a 90 deg phase shift. Including this contribution in a model for the total effective second-order nonlinear susceptibility produces reasonable point estimates for interfacial potentials and second-order nonlinear susceptibilities when chi(3)Xis about 1.5 times chi(3)water. A model without this term and containing only traditional chi(2) and chi(3) terms cannot recapitulate the experimental data. The new model also provides a demonstrated utility for distinguishing apparent differences in the second-order nonlinear susceptibility when the electrolyte is NaCl vs MgSO₄, pointing to the possibility of using HD-SHG to investigate ion-specificity in interfacial processes.


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Ohno, Paul E.0000-0003-4192-1888
Miller, Thomas F., III0000-0002-1882-5380
Geiger, Franz M.0000-0001-8569-4045
Additional Information:Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). P.E.O. gratefully acknowledges support from the NSF GRFP, the Schmidt Science Fellowship in partnership with the Rhodes Trust, and the Harvard University Center for the Environment. H.F.W. gratefully acknowledges support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC Grant No. 21727802). T. F. M. and F.M.G. gratefully acknowledge support from the California Institute of Technology and Northwestern University, respectively.
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