slow-light propagation, nonlinear optics, structured light beams
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The phenomenon of self-pumped slow light, where a single beam appears to be slowed by a solid-state media, is both subtle and controversial. Here, we reply to a comment on our recent work, which uses an observation of enhanced photon drag to distinguish between group delay and pulse reshaping.
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New Journal of Physics, v. 16, art. 038002
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Wisniewski-Barker, Emma; Gibson, Graham; Franke-Arnold, Sonja; Shi, Zhimin; Boyd, Robert W.; and Padgett, Miles J., "Reply to Comment on 'Evidence of Slow-Light Effects From Rotary Drag of Structured Beams'" (2014). Physics Faculty Publications. 2.