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# What are the units of the different susceptibilities in the two systems? How do you convert the nonl

Sun 11 Mar, 2012 02:07 pm
The unit of polarization and electric field in the Gaussian system is statvolt/cm (statvolt = 299,8 V). Polarization and electric displacement are given by P=X^{(1)}E+X^{(2)}E^2+X^{(3)}E^3...), D = E+4*\pi*P. In the SI system, the unit of polarization is C/ and that of the electric field is V/m and
P=\epsilon_0*(1+X^{(1)}E+X^{(2)}E^2+X^{(3)}E^3...), D = \epsilon_0*E+P. The vacuum permittivity is \epsilon_0=8,85*10^{-12}F/m. What are the units of the different susceptibilities in the two systems? How do you convert the nonlinear susceptibilities from the Gaussian system into the SI system?
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