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Contributions of multiphoton absorption to laser−induced intrinsic damage in NaCl
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18.Based on an analysis of the damage statistics (Ref. 2), the most probable time at which damage occurs during the laser pulse is around If, as we assume, the exposed sample volume is sufficiently large, the statistical aspects of damage are no longer important and a damage threshold exists (Ref. 2). However, this threshold is still not well defined because the peak flux (or the equivalent rms optical breakdown field) of the damaging laser pulse determines at what time breakdown occurs. Damage at the end of the laser pulse requires the smallest field strength which should be defined as the damage threshold. It will be shown in Ref. 19 that, with presently existing lasers, it will be extremely difficult to experimentally determine its value. Therefore it appears to be more realistic to define the damage threshold as stated in the text.
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