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Temporal characterization of a picosecond extreme ultraviolet laser pumped in grazing incidence
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10.1063/1.4757878
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Left: example of time-resolved XUV laser signal recorded by the Streak camera, Right: Lineout versus time, after correction from distortion and integration over the vertical size of the pulse.

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Measured duration (FWHM) of the Ni-like Mo laser as a function of the short pump pulse duration, for different values of the GRIP angle: (a) 17°; (b) 20°; (c) 23°. Also shown are data measured by other authors, for a GRIP angle of 17° (Booth et al. 19) and 23° (Larrotonda et al. 15); (d) Compilation of the results of (a)–(c), together with measurements from Ref. 10 in a Pd laser pumped in near-normal incidence geometry. The data measured for different pumping angles exhibit a similar linear increasing trend with the pump pulse duration.

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2012-10-05
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Scitation: Temporal characterization of a picosecond extreme ultraviolet laser pumped in grazing incidence
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/101/14/10.1063/1.4757878
10.1063/1.4757878
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