Resonant and Non Resonant Susceptibility


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The imaginary part of the [tex]\chi ^3[/tex] susceptibility can be split into the resonant and non resonant contributions.
The resonant is the contribution from satisfying a resonant vibrational state/mode, but what contributes to the non resonant term?
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The imaginary part of the [tex]\chi ^3[/tex] susceptibility can be split into the resonant and non resonant contributions.
The resonant is the contribution from satisfying a resonant vibrational state/mode, but what contributes to the non resonant term?
everything else, apparently.


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