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ALBRECHT seen that Bj(r) = 0 and thus B,(r) = 0 for all i . Then, Eq. 19) This equation, when integrated on both sides from the incident boundary (r = 0) to r in the medium along the direction of kj, results in the following invariance: ~ -- 'Zj(r)8f1(r)8F(r) = * %:(r) cos A4j(r) %j(0)%f1(0)'iY~2(O) - . 21) for all r where gj(r) # 0 and gj(r) # 0. That is, the signal field generated in the medium through such a nonresonant passive process must contain only a component that is out-of-phase with respect to the induced polarization.

R. D. Coalson and M. Karplus, J . Chem. Phys. 93, 3919 (1990). R. G. Littlejohn, Phys. Rep. 138, 193 (1986). There is a parallel between the wave packet-based semi-classical treatment of nuclear motion developed here and the Thomas-Fermi theory of an electronic system in a slowly varying vector potential. I n t h e semi-classical electronic theory as well as here, one naturally arrives at a locally linear approximation to the scalar-potential-derived forces and a locally uniform approximation to the magnetic force derived from the vector potential.

Thus, in such spectroscopies, the signal field must always remain in-phase with the induced polarization and 8,(r) is determined from Eq. 15a) with A,(r) = 0. Nonresonant passive processes in which the light-matter interactions are not directly in quadrature (not fully conjugately paired) have been discussed by Amstrong et al. [8] and other [ 3 ] . In this case, all wave vectors and electrical susceptibilities are real. 16b), it can be 54 DUCKHWAN LEE A N D A . C. ALBRECHT seen that Bj(r) = 0 and thus B,(r) = 0 for all i .