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High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses

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High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses. / Easter, James H.; Mordovanakis, Aghapi G.; Hou, Bixue; Thomas, Alexander George Roy; Nees, John A.; Mourou, Gérard ; Krushelnick, Karl.

In: Optics Letters, Vol. 35, No. 19, 2010, p. 3186-3188.

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Easter, JH, Mordovanakis, AG, Hou, B, Thomas, AGR, Nees, JA, Mourou, G & Krushelnick, K 2010, 'High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses', Optics Letters, vol. 35, no. 19, pp. 3186-3188. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.35.003186

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Easter, J. H., Mordovanakis, A. G., Hou, B., Thomas, A. G. R., Nees, J. A., Mourou, G., & Krushelnick, K. (2010). High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses. Optics Letters, 35(19), 3186-3188. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.35.003186

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Easter JH, Mordovanakis AG, Hou B, Thomas AGR, Nees JA, Mourou G et al. High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses. Optics Letters. 2010;35(19):3186-3188. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.35.003186

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Easter, James H. ; Mordovanakis, Aghapi G. ; Hou, Bixue ; Thomas, Alexander George Roy ; Nees, John A. ; Mourou, Gérard ; Krushelnick, Karl. / High-order harmonic generation from solid targets with 2 mJ pulses. In: Optics Letters. 2010 ; Vol. 35, No. 19. pp. 3186-3188.

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AU - Thomas, Alexander George Roy

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AU - Mourou, Gérard

AU - Krushelnick, Karl

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AB - Harmonics up to the 18th order are generated from solid targets by focusing 2mJ2mJ, 50fs50fs pulses at 800nm800nm to a spot size of 1.7μm1.7μm (FWHM). To our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of high-harmonic generation with a very short focal length paraboloid (푓/1.4f/1.4) and kilohertz laser system. The harmonics have a low divergence (<4°<4°) compared to the driving beam and conversion efficiencies (>10−7>10−7 per harmonic) comparable to gas harmonics. No contrast enhancement techniques are employed, and the system is capable of operating at 500Hz500Hz.

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