Authors: Peter Krampl
Based on the principles of non-linear optics, we calculate the exact nonlinear Amplitude ax^2 (parameter) for light-matter interaction on surfaces, which is so far unresolved and we give a numerical, as well as the corresponding analytical solution up to the 8th order. It is shown that with the developed formulas the problem of Heisenberg's uncertainty relation, the impossibility of determining the place and impulse of a particle at the same time is solvable, or as Einstein already said, "Dogs cannot fly." With these developed formulas, it is also possible to determine the exact optical parameters, such as the non-linear susceptibility or the non-linear refractive index, analytically.
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